Premiere Classe Macon
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Premiere Classe Macon Chaintre
Travel Blogs from Chaintre
So me and Kate have looked after two smashed people now... Our two other room mates are passed out and as we try to help them get to bed they are running away and locking themselves in toilets after we have literally dragged them into bed because they "couldn't walk" so we have given up, told them we aren't rooming with them anymore and left them to sleep where ever they are. We get ...
... like no no no no don't go off and next thing I know the music stops, lights come on and there's an alarm with a French message coming over the PA. ALL the staff members come and start directing us to the emergency exit, we get sent to the grassed area and then they decide to do a roll call to make sure everyone is there. While all of this was happening I was copping sooooo much **** from everyone on my tour it was so funny and I can guarantee ...
... German while there, but we also sang in Dutch and Polish and Italian and Spanish and even Finnish! And the reading is repeated in a lot of those languages every day. And I think the coolest part of the Easter service was the part where the leader said "He is Risen" in THIRTY different languages and some part of the audience from that place responded in their own language. It was just really cool to experience.
My English also deteriorated a bit while ...
... so long is because we had no map and whenever we asked for help we always got completely different directions. The theory to why this is Language skills. Alina has a year of solid french courses inside of her brain, while I rely so far on 30 minutes of "Learn in you car French". We had the habit of asking one person each all the time, so after a while of walking back and forth my suggestion to Alina was that when she asked it sounded something like this: ...
... 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 ...