Hotel Le Dracy
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... understanding of the French and their culture, we decided to take in a show at the Théâtre de Beaune. Upon our arrival a few weeks ago, I looked at the schedule of events for this season. There was only one event that would work during our stay- a Barber Shop Quartet. How typically French! We bought two tickets anyway.
Show time was at 8:30 p.m. It must have frustrated all of the French to have a show that began at the hour ...
... for us.
I thought I'd write about some things that are different here than at home. We did this in 2011, but I’ve got a few things to add.
In the very small school supplies section of the grocery store, I saw a notebook with music manuscript paper in it. Kids need these notebooks for their music classes in school, where they learn solfège and music reading skills. On the down side, they learn to play instruments ...
... unique experience it has provided them.
Being able to spend quality time with my two sisters and one of my favourite cousins in another country was great. And there really is plenty to do. Nolay itself is pretty, and many of the neighbouring towns and particularly Beaune are also attractive and historically interesting and their weekly markets are lots of fun. And on top of that there are the top class restaurants and of ...
... I did feel some trepidation as just 12 months ago Cate and I were together in Nolay having a great time for a week helping Helen celebrate her 60th and I know I’ll be affected by seeing places where Cate and I had such a good time with Cate so happy and so alive. On the other hand, I felt it important that I treat this as another important step in moving on.
I take a train from Gstaad to Montreux, ...
It's good to be back in Europe; for starters the trains are way better than many of the countries we travelled in, not quite Japanese standard but our journey from Xativa (nr Valencia) to Perpignan just across the French border was very smooth and enjoyable … thanks in part to the lunch that Sonal had packed us – we love AliOli (a type of garlic spread). Once in France we found our hotel easily enough and had ...