Premiere Classe Macon
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to hear the history. I have to keep reminding myself that a lot of buildings here are far older than the United States. From the hospital museum, we visited Patriarche, where we learned all about different varieties of grapes and wine, where they come from, how they age, and so on. We ended with a wine tasting in the cellars. I enjoyed two of the reds and one white. Everyone loved the pink Champagne, but I ...
... of the class apparently had the same idea.
After dinner we walked around the square and took pictures, just enjoying the night air and new friends. I got back around 10:30 and took a shower. In spite of the age of this little place, the water pressure is actually fantastic. Tomorrow is a cultural experience day, I am excited to get gifts for my family. Until tomorrow, ...
... have. Luckily I will be going to Croatia tomorrow where it will be in the 70s!
I took the bullet train to Macon from Paris - took only an hour and a half for 400+ km. Then a short bus ride to Taize. I arrived on Sunday night just before evening prayer, so the first thing I did was pray. Then I got my dorm room and went to bed.
I guess the best way to explain Taize is to say that it's core is a summer camp for young ...
... route out was not terribly well planned and we finished our day only some 45 kms from where we started in Cousance. All that ...
... wine from this area. The wines from this area in the states would cost a lot more then they do here and for all my wine experts out there it was a treat and pleasure to enjoy this day. The country side was beautiful with acres of vineyards and rolling hills. We were amazed at the beauty of this region of France. We stopped at a couple winery’s and Bart , who loves his wine, had us try some at each one. He also while traveling was stocking up ...