Auberge de la Plaine
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... ll embark on an included tour to explore the beautiful Beaujolais region north of Lyon, home to 13 French wine appellations. You’ll see historic highlights including the Pierres Dorees—villages built of golden stone—and the 11th-century church of St. Matthews. Then you’ll meet a local vintner and taste a sampling ...
... on Wednesday and it'd all work. Anyway, I got an email to say that apparently the students didn't have the time for the lessons anymore so I wouldn't be getting a contract. This was probably close to one of the worst days of my life. After trying so hard for two weeks to find any kind of job and any kind of work, I had lost it all in one day. And like, I wasn't slacking off either. Every day I'd try my absolutely hardest, I followed every lead, I contacted everyone I could. I ...
Lovely day for walking. Felt really quite easy going. Couple of rests. Usual lunch of banana/mars bars. (What did pilgrims eat before such things were available?). Spent some time walking on the old roman road as used by Sigeric the Serious c AD 990 (he is credited with writing the first guide book for the route). Road been used for well over 1000 years and still no service stations. Speaking of which I am not sure if I had ...
... than what I was used to in Paris with picturesque views out across the Saône river. After a quick refreshment Imogen and I were off to our Lunch reservations at Fond Rose down the road from Willy's parents house. We sat on the Terrace underneath clear blue skies overlooking the garden, a small bottle of rosé was ordered as usual followed by an entree of vegetable terrine complemented by a main course of duck and polenta. By far the best meal I have ...
... saw Great Gatsby. Afterwards, we were supposed to have a party at Hillary's house, but Yoanna was too tired to walk over (her house is 10 feet from Hillary's) and Jonathan and Kirill were in Marseille. It ended up being Hillary, Stuart, and I chatting and fighting off sleep till Hillary passed out in her bed from finishing one bottle of wine by herself (Stuart and I weren't in the mood to drink). Hillary was very nice and allowed me to sleep on one of the guest beds in ...