Posted by: ankneredelstein | July 16, 2008

The Journey Begins…

In August of 2008, the inhabitants of the Bundy Farm in Bethel, Vermont make the move to full-time residency in the little village of Fontaines (Saône-et-Loire) in the Burguny region (Bourgogne) of France.  New address:  7, rue des saules (willow street) 71150 Fontaines France

To begin the trip, Jennifer, Beaven and Piper will take the Queen Mary 2 (QM2) (Cunard cruise lines) on its 6 day transatlantic voyage from NYC to England.  The QM2 is interesting…as quoted from Brooklyn Cruise Guide:

“The Queen Mary 2 is the flagship of the Cunard Cruise Line; proudly continuing a tradition of luxury cruising that began in 1840. The “QM2” was the tallest, longest, largest and most expensive cruise ship ever built. She provides guests with splendid amenities – 14 decks of sports facilities, shops, bars, lounges, 5 pools and 10 restaurants. A Queen Mary 2 cruise from Brooklyn gives you the freedom to follow your own preferences.

Consider all there is to do on a Queen Mary 2 cruise. The ship’s cultural academy is operated by the University of Oxford. She has the first Canyon Ranch Spa at sea, the first Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar at sea, and the largest ballroom with the biggest dancefloor at sea. Workshops and master classes are performed by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. 79% of the QM2’s staterooms have balconies. Exciting restaurants like Todd English and Cunard’s renowned Grills create a premier dining experience. With one staff member per couple, Cunard’s renowned White Star Service is also assured for Queen Mary 2 passengers. See our Queen Mary 2 photos for several pics of the ship.”

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