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Tournus - Mars 29th 2015
This will be my last blog, my 68th before I retire for the season and fortunately before nombre soixante neuf (or oo la la or vroom vroom as Presiident Hollande might ejaculate on his scooter leaving the Elysee Palace for Je ne sais pas où and to do I know not what).
The snows of The Sierra de Guaddarrma Marzo 22nd 2105
Today the weather forecast was accurate. A snowy journey north out of Spain to a ...
... towards the end. However, the lunch was delicious. A typical French meal with many courses and some wine.
Finally, we went to a small Renaissance style castle and got a tour from the owner. The castle was beautiful and had been in his family for 11 generations! Then we got a tour of the winery and vineyards, it was super interesting to see how they make all their ...
... So I got the bus, then on the train to see "BERNADETTE OF.LOURDES WHO IS IN A CONVENT AND SHE IS ONE OF THE UNCORRUPT SAINTS OF TODAY. WELL LITTLE DID I KNOW ......THAT SHE WAS ONLY DOWN THE HALL, AND I COULD STAY WITH HER UNTIL 23:00.......SHE IS BEAUTIFUL, SEREEN. AND SO PEACEFUL......ONLY GOD COULD DO THIS. REALLY IT IS. A MIRCLE .....GOD IN ALL HIS WISDOM. WANTED TO SHOW HIS WISDOM AND POWER. HE CAN DO ...
On the 1st January, we left Italy for the French country side. It was our longest drive of about 500km. The scenery was beautiful with snow covered fields and small towns. We drove through the Mont Blanc tunnel which is 12km long through the mountains. We arrived late in the afternoon with the two satellite navigation systems taking us different routes - one along a rode and the other on a mud track. We are staying in my sisters and brother-in-laws house in the small town ...
I'm definitely going to have to split this into multiple entries, since I was there a whole week, so here's the first - an explanation of Taize.
Spent Holy Week at Taize, which was nice. Southern France is absolutely gorgeous, although for some reason it was much colder than Paris. It was maybe in the low 60s if we got lucky in the late afternoon, but often was more like the 40s, which is just a little too cold for the clothing ...