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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... food (bread, berries, cheese, paella, samosas, dried sausages, wine) and had a little picnic in the courtyard in Chris's building. It was really nice out, but so windy. But in the courtyard we were sheltered from the wind quite a bit which was nice. The food was delicious. From there me and mike went to the chateau and did a little tour. It's absolutely gigantic. We toured maybe a 1/3 of the entire palace and only one floor. There was a lot of history ...
... a little. Tonight after classes finish at 9.30 pm, we have to pack a couple of days clothes into our smaller bags, ready to head off again tomorrow afternoon. We will be flying on a small plane to the south of France to Perpignan for our next, and last, retreat. The south of France is a hotter area than Paris, so my summer clothes fit well. Will try to get an early night if possible And catch up with everyone again ...
... well groomed or as large as Versailles, but this was the country home of kings, not a formal palace from which they conducted business. You can see from the pictures that it is lavishly decorated in French style with no surface left unembellished. We enjoyed touring this chateau because it was not as crowded as Versailles but the audio tour was well done ...
... Then we saw how they make movies in the Cinemagic and Animagic. The we tested the scream monitor. Aiden and me got to the top. I screamed really loud and everybody was watching us as their kids could not achieve it (poor mum and dad).
Then we saw and interactive Dragon. He breathed, opened his mouth and roared really scary. It was pretty cool.
Then we looked around for some souveniers and went across to Disneyland to see the light and fire show.
... something to the driver. But I continued on.
We continued down the road to the Rhone river where we spied Australian flags flying and emblazoned across a river boat with a huge sign Ayers Rock. Obviously the place to be in Lyon. We of course got our photos taken in front of Ayers Rock so that we can say we've been there too. ;-)
We crossed the river into the commercial area of town we took pictures of the Louis XIV statue riding a horse in the ...