Villages Hotel Lyon Gambetta
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... city and it is so different within the walls. Cobblestone streets everywhere (which most European cities have but the way these were laid out were just stunning) the castle in the city square, lines of restaurants and cafes and yet we all ended up at maccas for lunch. This was more so for the ease, cost effectiveness and to get us out of the damn hurricane outside instead of walking the streets trying to find a restaurant. We then hopped back on the bus ...
... receive and light blessed candles, and then a procession around the church while singing some Marian songs (in French I believe). The candles were kept lit most of the mass, and I'm still not completely sure of the significance of the candles. Second, the 10:30 mass at St George is the high mass, and by high mass I mean the Latin mass. I really enjoyed this because I felt like I got more out of the mass. I know the responses to the Latin Prayers (and ...
... t get to see much. Was very interesting going through one of the many locks, & watching through the window as we dropped lower & lower (about 13 metres) & surrounded by concrete walls either side, fascinating. (Have included a few photos) Macon - Thursday 25th The next morning we visited Cluny & what remains of the Abbey Cluny 111 that was built from 910. We left at 9am & returned at 12.30pm. After the French Revolution the Abbey was secularised & sold to ...
... When we left we started our treck down the mountain, stopping at the same place to snack on some more cherries. When we got to the bottom we decided we would have a more filling lunch and a fruit dinner, so we found a small restaurant to sit and eat.
While we were at this restaurant a man approached a woman who was rolling around a speaker, and asked her to come and play something while we ate. When she came over she put in a cd and sang to it, ...
... br> and at an angle…yes, we all went to college.) Denis’ sister, Anne, was there
with her kids. Eve (11) and Lucille (8) were coming with us to the mountains,
and lucky for me, they lived in England for 5 years and speak fluent English.
I was actually quite content with having to sleep in the
bunk bed one more night because that meant I would be able to see the mountains
as we went, instead of driving at night in the dark. ...