Hotellerie du Bas-Breau
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- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Airport for our internal flight to Perpignan. The rain poured down heavily as we drove to the airport, so hope the flight isn't too rough. The airport at Orly is beautiful, especially the toilets! Both male and female toilets are done in red and pink. The hand basins were incognito - couldn't tell they were there. All automatic operations. By the time we took off the rain had cleared and was sunny again. The views ...
When you look at the itinerary for this trip you can clearly see it is going to be a doozie! When you are in the midst of it adrenalin helps for the first part of the day and then it slowly declines from there. At about 11:00 at night when you are still finishing dinner and you know it takes about 45 mins to get back to the hotel things start to go a bit sour!! Today was a big day. More rehearsal out at the Caserne de Rose. This time we do some ...
... away from the cathedral and managed to feed and water (wine) 8 people in a short period of time.
Back to the hotel and it is nice to have so many familiar faces around. It is also a bit funny to hear so many Australian accents. We are so used to hearing French everywhere we go. I'm not sure whether I like it or not! It has taken a bit of the novelty away from the trip. But we are gearing up for an awesome time playing music across France and Belgium - I think it will be ...
... 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. ...