Hotel De Bourgogne
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... vroom, vroom, there's still life in la vieille dame).
Well that's it folks, the boring bit, the long drive back with a stop over in Brugge so that I can be checked over by the Doc and where Monsieur et Madame can stock up at the Carrefour Hypermarket. Then the chunnel and springtime in Blighty.
Jusqu'à nos prochains voyages,
... fact: if you fall into a batch of grapes that have been fermenting for only a week you can die from all of the alcohol in such a condensed space. At the end we got to taste 5 different wines, which were all good.
I love exploring more of this beautiful country and am so glad I got to see where they're most famous product is made! I'm falling more in love everywhere I go :)
... to our LORD for the gift of place to lay my head. Morning came and the Sun was shining....birds singing, and the smell of coffee. Hot Shower, breakfast,and away I went back to the Church, and everything else to see. Most Important of all is the fact that ST JEAN MARIE VIENNEY IS THE PATRON ST OF PRIESTS, SO THIS VISIT IS PERSONAL FOR OUR PRIEST,AND PARISH. THERE ARE A LOT OF PICTURES TO SEE SO I WILL GET THEM TOGETHER ...
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 ...
... br> I was, however, so happy to be back. On the first day, before I went into silence, I found myself talking a lot - I was so exuberant and energised. It was liberating and refreshing to be there and to be speaking with friends again, and walking the familiar roads as if they were my own.
I went into silence on the Sunday evening, sharing a room with a dear friend from Russia whom I had spent time with in the Autumn (Sept-Nov) of my volunteering at Taize. Naturally, ...