Chateau de la Barge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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So me and Kate have looked after two smashed people now... Our two other room mates are passed out and as we try to help them get to bed they are running away and locking themselves in toilets after we have literally dragged them into bed because they "couldn't walk" so we have given up, told them we aren't rooming with them anymore and left them to sleep where ever they are. We get ...
... as I get on the bus tomorrow morning I will cop even more #facepalm The worst thing is I WASNT EVEN DRUNK! So that's my embarrassing shoot my self in the face contiki moment and it's only day 4! VERITY OUT Oh wait a second, now me and Kate have been called to look after our room mate because she's so drunk. This is why you go travelling alone so you don't have to look after anyone!!! Duhhhhhhh stupid drunk 18 year olds that can't handle their ...
... way too hot so we took ours off too... So there was a bunch of 20 or so year old guys and girls all walking with their tops off through the country side letting our sweat cool us down. We got so lost that we ended up turning back and just had our picnic in a nice shady spot. I still have to pinch myself every now and then because I can't believe what a beautiful country that i am in. Some people were complaining that the walk was "too ...
... wine region in France and then everyone dry reached as we tasted the wine because we were all so hung over FML. We had a pretty quiet night and just chilled on the grass and talked and got to know each other more. My room mate snored like a ******* steam train and my other room mate woke her up and told her " lay on your side your bloody snoring" Safe to say we are all pretty close friends now Au revior for ...
... entered a 3 km tunnel. Well lit but no sign of the bats they warned us about. Arrived at Cluny at midday in 33 deg. The largest monastery in the western world, dating from 11th century, but ransacked in the French Revolution. Lunch in a local cafe, followed by a walk around the old town and monastery. A very old town, almost provincial on ...