Hotellerie du Bas-Breau
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- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... and a small rock there! But the view from the top was outstanding. Pity though that the English weather of drizzle had set in and the view was not clear. But it had been a wonderful outing. We drove through a number of small villages and a larger town called Ilkey. They all had a lot of character and would have loved to walk around and see the buildings more closely, but no time. There were lots of row houses and terraces and also individual free standing mansion type ...
... didn't seem like anything special, but once we entered we could see it was. The ceiling was gorgeous, painted navy blue with gold stars decorating it. After researching it, we discovered it was the oldest church in all of Paris from the 1500's! I did not take any pictures of it. I had an odd,feeling about doing so. Our next church was Saint Sulpice that has the Rose Line running through it just ...
... this time at the Paris Conservatoire. We managed to get a small rehearsal in and then had a joint concert with the Brass Band Champs-sur-Marne. They are apparently Paris brass band champions... And they are very good. The concert was good, but unfortunately there wasn't a very large audience (mainly family and friends). This is a shame as it was quite a good concert. Di is an awesome singer and she is singing as many songs as she can in ...
... is massive!! It was pretty much built to
celebrate the French victories in various wars and we got to stand on top of it
and look across Paris (see one of the photos). So we did all the clichés like
the Arc and had a look at the Eiffel Tower as well as Notre Dame, not to mention
walking down the Champs Elysee, the main street of Paris, now that was big!! I
think the highlight was just being able to stay in the heart of Paris and be
appreciation of all the team members!!
While the others were away I was lucky enough to have a mini
clinic with Adeline. Back in the day when George Morris did a lot of clinics in
France Adeline was his interpreter. She is now a bit of a GM fanatic which
suits me fine!! I worked 4 horses with her, on the flat and with some jumping
exercises. Great to get some 1-on-1 tuition and she really stressed the importance
of basics to me. ...