Hotel La Petite Boheme
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... that Marie is very thorough. I choose to have some acupuncture done. This is not so much for my back, but to explore what Chinese medicine can do for me. Sylvia is my therapist and she explains a little bit about how your chi is supposed to be connected to the universe for well being. (I personally think that my chi has been ...
... a stainless steel and wood pattern which looked like train tracks, so we followed them and came to what looked like an old station building by a roundabout (every station building in France looks the same) Around the corner, across the roundabout where what looked like bus stops. - and then...... the only bus to St Tropez that morning.....PASSED ...
... branches going over the path, she isn't getting any lighter to carry! By a stroke of luck, we had stopped just next to a bus stop, with an infrequent service just about to go so crisis averted.
Couldn't get the internet to work at the campsite so are now in McDonalds on our way along the Cote Azur - we're just down from St Tropez and will see if we can pop in to see Cannes and Monaco on the way past. Not sure if our gyppo style will fit in round ...
... to return the woman's chair in the upright position for the second time, and of course the atmosphere became a bit loaded after that. Even her boyfriend seemed to understand our situation, because he chatted amicably with us when the plane had landed, which really did not go over well with her, IF LOOKS COULD KILL!!!!!! I'm not sure if they are still together! ;-) Turns out they were Canadian, too, which was kind of funny, because I had just told ...
... was just a stone's throw from Sens' magnificent palace and cathedral - and its bustling market place.
We strolled from the hotel, past the bridge over which the Yonne river flows, along a tree-filled avenue toward the Palais Secondal. Set just alongside the cathedral, the Palais has been turned into a museum complex housing Le Trésor: tapestries, chalices and robes, including that of Thomas à Becket are on display.
Around the cathedral, I ...