ibis Styles Mācon Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... then left for Macon. The views along the river were beautiful. We even saw sheep grazing near the edge of the water.
After a delicious dinner we were entertained with a French lesson from our program director, Nicolas. We learned about the French language and this was followed by cheese tasting. A very active day for ...
We finally said goodbye to "our" boat this morning and spent a few hours hanging out playing in Branges as we waited for our taxi to Lyon. Amazing what you can do with things around you! Don't you love the little acorn folk? Weather along the boat trip has been awesome - quite lucky from what the locals have said. Food, locations and people just great - couldn't ask for ...
We disembarked in Oistreham and went through passport control at 08:00 am.
We set Chloe (our sat nav) to take us the toll free route to Montmerle sur Soane! We stop for a snack at 10:00 ish but fail to find a cafe so settle for some drinks and nibbles from a local supermarket. Later we do find a cafe for lunch! The first half of the journey is through ...
... mind at least now there's no traffic and it's fairly straight. Actually it's quite uphill all the way especially at the end when we get to the tunnel Du Bois Clair which is 1.6k long and closed in the winter to protect a colony of bats. The route finishes at Charnay les Macon and from there it's a cycle on roads into town and the station. I talk peter out of going home and as we cycle over the ...
... Point 5' to form teams to clean toilets all over Taize; working in 'Cadole' building tents and driving the tractor while wearing a bright yellow 'Cadole' jacket; sitting at the front desk of 'El Abiodh', giving out accommodation to older people or answering questions, helping people arrange meetings with Sisters, and answering the phones; working in 'El Abiodh Kitchen' cooking dinner for hundreds of people, or perhaps washing up the aftermath when lunch or dinner were over; ...