Pavillon De La Rotonde
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... has been restored but the church was originally 187 mtrs long by 35 mtrs high. It was the biggest in the world at the time, before St. Peter's Basillica. Lots of interesting facts and stories, unfortunately too soon forgotten by us. Information overload. In the early afternoon, we took a self-guided tour of Macon using the Scenic Tailormade device which like a GPS plotted our position and then when we walked past a place ...
We awoke to the day of the rein of Queen Jude. She had won the Tour de France tipping competition and we were at her beck and call. She wasn't too keen, so shouldn't be too hard for us!
When Christine, our landlady, had shown us around the apartment she told us not to leave a key in the inside locked door when we went out. There are two doors, a street and and internal that both have locks. We couldn't get the inside key out this morning so took the key of the key ring ...
... royal Paris show, where he was hosting a party. As I had just come off a train I was not dressed for a party. So logically I changed my shirt and shoes in the middle of the street and was only half dressed when he arrived. Also involved in meeting him, was trying to find him. I, of course, didn't have a phone that works in France. So I had to find wifi. Which was easy in England. Not so in France. In the end I had to swallow my fear of asking people for things ...
... moved into our dorm. She's really friendly and a complete Anglophile. We've had lots of conversations about Doctor Who and Harry Potter, which she absolutely loves! That's the thing about this hostel though: the common language is English so I haven't been able to practise my French much so far. But I guess it's only my first full day, there'll be plenty of opportunities over the next couple of weeks. I ...
... villages. And as I was on the TGV (high speed train), none of the pictures from my street vendor bought Moroccan handheld camera came out. After being greeted at the train station and (for the first time on this trip) having a guide to show me to my lodging without expecting money, I was off. My buddy had a great place in downtown Lyon. The next street over is the Rhone with its moored barges that serve as late night bars, a ...