Georges Blanc Parc & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was a really great day! We had breakfast in the hotel, which was absolutely adorable. There was this little table in the middle of the dining room with croissants, jam, honey, cheese, baguettes, yogurt, dried fruit, and orange juice. I felt fantastic after breakfast, I may have to buy some dried fruit when I get home. We left the hotel for Beaune at 7:30. We took another bus, which I am already starting to get used ...
... way, it has a kind of character and charm. The class had kind of agreed on a nap before exploring Lyon, but we ended up just going out to look for dinner instead. Me and a bunch of the guys found this place called Hippopotamus, which was like an american grill. Everyone was tired, and we didn't feel like looking for a French place, so we went with the Hippo. To our surprise, ...
... Got a mooring in the centre of the town for 20 Euro a night and have spent 4 nights there. Met up with Michael and Siena from Wellington, had a fab night out at a family restaurant, eating offal type foods -not really my thing but entertaining.
The weather is still stormy at nights and hot during the day. Caught trains around Lyon, easy good transport. Lots of historical buildings with amazing architecture, lots of food and wine again, easy life and just plain ...
... in your head and people just hum them all over the place outside of prayer time too. I think the brothers say on the website that they wanted to take Gregorian chant and make it slightly more accessible to everyday people, so a lot of the songs have a chant-like quality to them.
In any case, that's a sort of exposition of where I've been and what I've been doing the last week (for more information on Taize, see www.taize.fr/en)
... drove to our last European destination - Lyon. Thankfully Lyon was warmer than Geneva, a hell of a lot less windy. On approach to our hotel, Lyon appears to be a nice city, pretty and the centre set between two large rivers that snake their way through, the Rhone, and the Saone. The hotel was very nice, old building right near the transport hub, train, bus, metro and tram stations. After checking in and getting some friendly advice from a staff member we ...