Chateau des Comtes de Challes
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We left Allauch after a lovely breakfast of fresh bread rolls, an assortment of cheeses and coffee. A French breakfast for sure. There were sweet cakes, croissants and beautiful pastries! After brekky we headed off toward Lyon and then headed north- towards the French/ Swiss alps. Mark found us a beautiful 15thCentury Chalet up high in the …
... I will have throughout a week once; they have all asked me very similar questions about where I come from, what I like to do and of course with the younger students, What is your favourite...?
I will be adding some photos of my appartment later this week and probably adding some other posts with things that I have been doing with the other assistants.
... a tour of the town as well as the
college. Through her emails, she has sounded quite motherly, as she
has offered me her home before I had even arrived in France, if I
needed anything I could just call her, if I didn’t like my
apartment, I could stay with her until I found something.
You see? I am very well blessed and
those are just a few of the stories about how hospitable people have
been to me.
We left the hotel at 11:00 this morning. Eldon wanted to get much of the blog done and uploaded. From the hotel we stopped to see the Chillon Castle. It was really interesting and probably one of the finest we have seen. It is surrounded by water, lake Geneva being the main water source. This Castle was first built in the 11th century. Lord Byron was inspired here to write The Prisoner of Chillon about Francois Bonivard who was imprisoned here for 7 ...
This morning was relatively quiet as Amy and Jono had a sleep in. Although we had plans to check out the local markets early, we didn't leave the house until 10.30am. I guess I had to let them off though considering it was Sunday and day after the game! Amy and I headed down to the markets while Jono enjoyed some more R&R. After just a short ten minute walk and we were there. There was fresh flowers and fruit and meats and seafood and tapanades and ...