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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau Lambert Chenas
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... 8217;t know was that she had disguised herself and snuck in to see him but because he had taken vows, she didn’t tell him. The painting is of him digging his grave while she looks on. I’m sure there is more to this story that I don’t understand cuz logically it doesn’t make a lot of sense but then again, neither does Romeo and Juliet if you really look at it.
From there, I went up the hill to visit the final three stops. When I say, “went ...
... went to a winery. Fascinating to see, hear and then sample some basic mustard made by some volunteers from our group. Mustard seeds are really tiny ( remember the bible story?) but when ground by hand with salt and white wine vinegar form a paste of mustard. It was horrible. But we did have a tasting of the real stuff, including flavours such as ginger, beetroot, Bourgogne, honey and Tarascon, which is like wasabi....eek! Lastly we did the little ...
Yesterday we had a lovely, uneventful train trip from St. Pierre des Corps to Lyon. The rain made it a great travel day and we didn't change trains for the entire six hours! After settling into our hotel, we strolled a nearby square where we had a nice meal at a sidewalk cafe. This morning we figured out the wonderful public transit system; first stop was the Roman Theaters and Gallo-Roman Museum. ...
... then we headed off to see the famous Mont Saint Michel, a beautiful island castle - and then we drove another 3 hours back to our treehouse home. On our last morning Nik and I got up early to explore the fields and forest around the treehouse. There was no snow but a very heavy frost had snap frozen everything during the night, even the ponds. We found the ruins of a stone cottage surrounded by a raspberry thicket with some red raspberries still on the brambles. We ...
... support. He thoroughly explained many of the dynamics at play in these buildings including the funding, social supports, cultural dynamics and challenges they face in management – he was very helpful!
Unfortunately, my next few stops were not as successful as my first, but the attempt to find them gave me a chance to see many parts of the city. Like Rennes, Lyon had a much more accessible public transportation system with lifts ...