Premiere Classe Macon
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... a lot of paintings in monasteries but the one that I liked it was because of the expression on the woman’s face (pic 7). Not being able to figure out the story based on the placard (it being in French and all), I came back to the hostel and looked it up. It was a really rough translation but, from what I can figure out, the man thought the woman had gone into a monastery and was so heartbroken that he joined a monastery where he dug his own grave and eventually died. What ...
... a pink sort and shorts, but we had everything from prosties to pineapples and everything in between.
The chateau has it's own 2 bars, one in the lobby area and the other, which only opens after 9pm, down in the rape dungeon of the building. It really is, the only way in and out is via a tight spiral staircase that goes underground. It's Decked out as a nightclub, with music, lasers, bar, tables and a dance floor. Friday night, P party, was a ...
... power station ( nuclear?) with a few large wind turbines sitting beside it.
Arrived at Lyon just before lunch, and dragged the bags to the hotel which is a hundred metres or so from the Gare. The tram to the airport (our car rental pickup location) leaves from over the road from the hotel.
After a bit of a cool down, we wandered along more dirty French streets, to a bridge over the Rhone and into the older section of Lyon. Back to a ...
... train station but didn't wanna sleep cause sketchy people around. - A random French girl who spoke English came up and offered for us to crash at hers for a few hours before our train. We were real iffy about following her in case we got jumped and it was a set up. We soon realised she was super nice and she gave us a place to sleep and water. Told us about all her travels around the world. - Soon dozed ...
... 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 ...