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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and the moat, having survived and in good condition, and the central "old town" is extensive. Historically Beaune is intimately connected with the Dukes of Burgundy. One of the landmarks in Beaune is the old market (les Halles) which was open Saturday. The markets had an abundance of fresh food, Stuart just didn't know where to start. We spent a hour and half just wandering around the village. We arrived in Reime at 5.30pm to a lovely ...
... la Salle came here to reflect on his life and it was going to be a retreat for us. Stuart was a bit dubious but after arriving you just realise it is a peaceful place. There are four brothers living at the retreat, they cook, clean and look after Pilgrims who come to reflect. Stuart and myself just loved our time ...
This morning we met our group for breakfast after admiring the view. Temperature is 1 degree, fine and very crisp! We are going for a walk on one of the Alps and will meet up with our group mid morning to go to Corps, a little village that Mélanie and Max came ...
We have now returned to Rochefort after a very busy, enjoyable and hectic 6 weeks at home with all the preparations for Sophie and Chris's wedding, but, what a wedding it was, all went to plan. It was a most fantastic, wonderful day and weekend, we have so many happy memories that we will never forget, Sophie looked so beautiful in her dress brought tears to our eyes and of course Chris looked very handsome in his suit. In fact everyone, friends ...
... to Marine to make sure we didn't get lost again. They took us to some pubs and there were a ton of people. Though if I were to close my eyes, I would not expect there to be as many people as there were. They are relatively quiet even in a group setting on a holiday. Marine told us that most people start small talk with other french people by asking for a lighter. Neither Sam nor I smoke, but we wanted to learn how to say something in French. She taught us ...