Hotel des Vignes
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... it in Spanish and totally screwed
up, I practiced and practiced all day, but I still messed up. Oh well, it was
And that, my friends is the end of our 2 week vacation!
We took all day to get back to Rochefort the next day, I
decided to go see Meredith when we got back and we had supper together. Then
Sunday was the day we used to do laundry and get organized for the real reason
we’re all here and planned some lessons for school. ...
... world citizens. Our immediate circle of acquaintances come from the great cities... New York, London, Milan, Auckland, Paris, Singapore, Toronto... and we are all gushing about the place. OK. This is going to be a really long post if I go through everything that is appealing about Lyon so I will limit myself to the obvious... it is heart-stoppingly beautiful. It has ...
... winding roads. Our hosts met us and helped to carry our bags up the hill to there renovated 100yr old villa. We were surrounded by Gamay vines that were over one hundred years old. Unfortunately they had been hit by a hail storm and a huge % of the crop this year has been lost. The views, friendliness and the breakfast were all amazing. Homemade bread, yoghurt, confiture, and even their own Miel (honey). Fresh peaches. Cups ...
... 10 people) discussion. So you're learning something, or maybe not, and then discussing it with others. Which is the very Christian camp part of the experience.
At the core of all of this is the community of brothers. They are an 'ecumenical community', so there are Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox brothers who have made "life commitments" (aka vows) to live and pray together in a simple lifestyle. Even if they didn't welcome ...
... had provided… After confirming the supermache would not be opening on the Sunday, James decided to do a fairly substantial shop. He did an amazing job in the ‘tesco’ of France, where he could have bought any number of items (you name it, they had it…and more), only to realise at the checkout (after unloading his entire trolley of goods) that he must weigh and price every fruit and veg item himself before proceeding to the checkout. So he loaded ...