Park & Suites Elegance Grenoble Europole
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We say goodbye to the Brothers this morning. We have an eight hour drive ahead of us today, destination is Reime. We stop for lunch in the village of Beaune. It is the wine capital of Burgundy in the Côte d'Or department in eastern France. It is located between Paris and Geneva. Beaune is one of the key wine centres in France. The town is surrounded by some of the world's most famous wine villages, while the facilities and cellars of ...
... la Salle came here to reflect on his life and it was going to be a retreat for us. Stuart was a bit dubious but after arriving you just realise it is a peaceful place. There are four brothers living at the retreat, they cook, clean and look after Pilgrims who come to reflect. Stuart and myself just loved our time ...
This morning we met our group for breakfast after admiring the view. Temperature is 1 degree, fine and very crisp! We are going for a walk on one of the Alps and will meet up with our group mid morning to go to Corps, a little village that Mélanie and Max came ...
... 3rd night free. We had some more wonderful cycle rides and walks, we continued to chill as we knew we had a busy time ahead when we returned up the river. On October 10th we decided it was time to return to Rochefort, so we sailed to our normal anchorage in the River Charente before returning up the river to our berth. We had a wonderful peaceful evening. You know when you are in the Charente, when you turn around and see a tanker chasing you, of ...
... town with a multitude of hotels, bars and restaurants to choose from - perfect for a couple of nights rest. Just around the corner from our hotel was the Porta delle Saline, the only surviving gate from the walled city dating back to 1629 which separates the boardwalk from the old city where we were staying. We spent our time strolling along the waterfront keeping in the shade wherever possible. Cold beers were consumed while sitting beside the locals on park benches. We ...