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... of Sue Porter, we visited the gardens at Chateau Villandry. Fabulous! Diane solved the maze, I stared at the carp, and we both were stunned by the detailed beauty of Villandry. On the way to Mortemart we experienced a spot of trouble. Just as we were exiting the interstate at Chivigny, a warning light came on with the message "Fluide Vidange!!!" Having no idea what that meant, and with the Renault manual entirely in French we lost an hour plus before we tracked down ...
... me and walks away, I watch her round the corner and she's gone. Whatever she said and whatever I said, it didn't feel like it was enough to express how much she meant and would be missed by me. I needed fireworks, big banners, diamond rings and maybe a marching band to properly display the magnitude of how this goodbye felt for me, this seemed so flat. I don't know what I expected to be honest but I felt lost, like something wasn't finished, like my life just went backwards ...
... Harfagre unites larger part of Norway
880-1050 AD - Vikings
1250 - Hanseatic League
1319 - Lose independence to Denmark
1349-1350 - 60% of population dies due to black plague
1814 - Denmark loses Norway to Sweden
1905 - Norway gains independence
1940-1945 - Germany occupies Norway
1965 - Oil found off shore
1972 - Referendum for EEC (55% said No)
1991 - King Harold ...
... Art galleries and museums also are in abundance. The must see for every visitor is the Van Gogh museum. As with the Anne Frank House, it pays to turn up early and book your tickets in advance. Queues for the museum can take a while to get through. On display is the largest collection of works by the artist anywhere in the world. Also on display are works by some of his contemporaries to give you a really god idea of where he fits in. Its crowded, but well worth a ...
... to Amsterdam. This turned into a very long day because we had missed our Ferry to Calais. Belgium was very flat with heaps of agriculture and it looked a nice place to live. Billy added it was a nice place to be born and die in but it was very quiet between those times and one should travel the World instead of living there.
In Belgium he was very apologetic to think that one should have to pay to go to a toilet but gave us information on ...