Residence des Saules
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wet. Narrow streets mostly used by bistros for outside seating.
In the afternoon we visited the medieval village of Perouges which proved another interesting excursion into history, Within the village walls all the roads are cobblestone and there are no signs of any modern services visible. Apparently only about 70 people now live in the village but there are many ...
... like no no no no don't go off and next thing I know the music stops, lights come on and there's an alarm with a French message coming over the PA. ALL the staff members come and start directing us to the emergency exit, we get sent to the grassed area and then they decide to do a roll call to make sure everyone is there. While all of this was happening I was copping sooooo much **** from everyone on my tour it was so funny and I can guarantee ...
... countryside, and some gorgeous chalets.
When we got to Paris, they were mostly staying on the southern side and I needed to go north, but they dropped me right by a convenient metro station and even gave me a metro ticket that they just had lying around. I mean, really! It was incredible. It was certainly an amazing way to end my time in Taize, and a wonderful example of God providing for those who rely on Him.
... way to travel though, it would be awesome to have a rail system from KC to Chicago, etc. Once we arrived in Lyon and got off of the train, we were immediately greeted by Cecile. From the beginning, Cecile acted as our personal tour guide to Lyon, offering her decades of living in the city with a perfect English accent. We were truly lucky to have her as a guide and even more lucky to have been able to visit Lyon. It is truly an outstanding city, albeit ...
Beautiful sunny day in Lyon today (don't worry mum, wearing lots of sun cream!), did a lot of walking! Left the hotel at 10:30 and wandered around the old town, saw the cathedral and walked by the river, bought a baguette for lunch and sat in a square by a fountain to eat it, changed hotels around 2 and had a nap to restore ourselves! Set off again around 3:30 and wandered to the other side of town and headed towards the big ...