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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We then travelled to Sete to see the Canal Royal. The town of Sete was developed by 3 royal men; Paul Riquet, Louis XIV, and Knight of Clerville. It was soon renamed to Canal du Midi. It was created to link the Atlantic and Mediterranean. There were 42,000 trees planted along the canal to stabilize the banks of it. As we were walking along the edge of the canal asking people about its history, which ...
... and with God". A necessary teaching that I feel some DTS's miss out on, since our whole entire walk with God is a relationship!
Week 5: "Intimacy with God through understanding the Fear of the Lord"
Such an incredible and challenging week, especially after getting things cleared up with God's father heart for you, it's hard to turn around and think about fearing Him! But it was taught in such an incredible and loving way that ...
... about every French city is that there are always so many places you can stop and get a bite to eat or something to drink, grab a seat outside the restaurant and watch people passing by, tourists, locals, students, we’re all living a different life and have the chance to encounter one another in different stages of our lives. It’s pretty neat to think about.
K, I think that’s all I want to say about Montpellier.
Onto the next city, Marseille. ...
... to go to a different bar. I bounced around between the two groups until finally we all met up on the steps of one of the churches in the city that is a very popular nightly drinking spot.
Coming back to Montelimar, I helped another assistant move into her new place and then we had a burrito night with several of the assistants and my friend the gleaner that I was telling you about. We had yet another amazing night filled with music, laughter ...
... with local croissants, sandwiches and of coarse vino, we walked up to stake out our vantage point for the day. I think Laura is really quite taken by the tour. A sport where she can sit in the sunshine all day, reading a book, drinking wine and getting free stuff thrown at her (avoiding the shopping ban). Pre cyclists, there is the caravan, a mixture of Carnivalle and over the top advertising as floats drive pass dispersing freebies to all fans. We collected quite ...