Chateau de la Voloniere
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Interesting village where Van Gogh lived the last 70 days of his life & where he is buried. He painted 80 paintings & 100+ drawings during this time! Once again we're having unusually nice weather. Last week it was cold & rainy. This afternoon we are sailing back to Paris... Some are touring Versailles & we will pick them up along the river somewhere. I'm enjoying my panoramic windows open and listening to the birds & ...
... started well sun out third day went on to Vouvray good site in middle of town quiet. Got bikes out Wednesday to go to Tours. Wine tasting at Chateau Moncontour in Vouvray ( Chris do you know them the guy knew of you? ) bought two bottles of wine. Been about 20 degrees so quite warm. First week over still learning. ...
... Finally we took a boat ride on the Seine river to see why Paris is called the city of lights! I am always sad to see my trips come to an end but I will treasure the memories of seeing France for the first time again through their eyes. Even though I know the students will be so glad to be home, I know they too will miss this place and this experience that we shared together. They should all be very proud of themselves as I am proud of them! It truly was a "Bon voyage"! ...
... playing. It was rather wonderful. We also visited a couple of museums. One about St Martin and the Compagnonnage which is an art gallery for trades people - like wood work, metal work & cake decorating. The town was very quiet which was a change from what we have been used to. We parked the car as soon as we saw a parking place but discovered many other parks quite close to where we were going. Not that it mattered the walk was good. We then came back & ...
Just off the highway Twilight bounds softly forth on the grass. And the eyes of those two Indian ponies Darken with kindness. They have come gladly out of the willows To welcome my love and me. We step over the barbed wire into the pasture Where they have been grazing all day alone. They ripple tensely: they cannot contain their happiness That we have come. They bow shyly as wet ...