Campanile Macon Sud-Chaintre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Again a chilly morning, and we started cycling along the banks of the Soane river. Very pretty. Farmland with Charilais cattle. Lunch was a picnic on the banks of the Soane. Lovely setting. After lunch we followed the banks of the river for several kms, sometimes quite rough terrain. Crossed the Soane into the Beajolais region and a longish hill climb to our village of Blase. Very average dinner at a local ...
... a good 30 years ago! So it was interesting talking to her about how Taize has progressed and changed over the years. Xavier didn't speak almost any English, so it Sophie sometimes had to translate for him what we were talking about. The drive to Paris takes about four hours, so we talked for maybe an hour/hour and a half of that time. I slept some and also just read some as well. We drove through some very ...
... Jeane whi sent us, the slippers were off and replaced with shoes, we were told to wait 20 minutes. When we looked at the men it was all in french and she had no English. We ordered steak, I asked her what "Tete" was and she pointed to her head, omg brains, I think not! We got out meals, the chips were really interesting and cut out what looked like a corer from an apple they were such an unusual shape but ...
On Thursday we woke up and had some fresh croissants and coffee after sleeping in late for us. It was nice to relax in seclusion of Bart and Tini's summer home. French homes are all similar with windows with no screens and shutters that close. When we shut the shutters at night it was very dark and cool and we slept like babies. After breakfast we went with Bart for the day to travel through the Beaujolais region of France. This area with it’s over ...
... was very sad to leave because we had really gotten to like our professors.
Our last day in Lyon was Friday. I went shopping by myself in the morning and then all the students met up for one last lunch together. Of course, everyone was late and because my cell phone plan stopped working, I nearly had a heart attack trying to figure out where everyone was. I have never valued the ability to call someone more than I did in that moment when I was ...