Hotel Castel Jeanson
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... She was eager to practice her English, the type of person I’ve only read about in guidebooks. She’s very nice and we talked about the French language and how she is in Dijon learning how to do massage therapy for older folks. She’s a nurse so with my brother studying to be a nurse there was some common ground there. It was really nice to just talk to someone again! She took a look at the small French phrasebook I have and took a ...
... br> I also took a picture of the world’s most difficult jigsaw puzzle (pic 6). I can’t even imagine trying to make sure that went together correctly. There were a lot of other interesting items like bones, belts, and crossbows but I won’t inundate you with pictures. This place also had a few printouts in English and even had some display placards in English and French which helped a lot. That’s how I know about what a great guy Remi was.
... Like most village churches, the bell rings, but it is rarely open and shares a priest with many other small churches.
There seem to be at least one garage, a radiator shop, and two or three building or carpentry type businesses, but they keep an amazingly low profile. We recently found a cafe that seems to serve lunch and dinner by reservation only. We haven’t eaten there but will have to explore it sometime. There is a also ...
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combination of the following factors: the highly defensible French
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Our first group hotel departure occurred early this morning as we headed out of Paris and into the countryside. Paris seems to just stop, and houses replaced with barley fields and poppies along the side of the road - a lovely sight. As we drove further, the green fields were replaced by yellowing wheat, and then (my personal favourite), vines!
As we passed through villages, from the vantage point in the bus we could see ...