Jasserie Les Airelles - Chambres et Table d'Hotes Bio
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We boarded the bus at 9:00 am for the one hour beautiful drive to Domaine Saint Hilaire Winery. Our tour guide, Wendy, taught wine tasting and wine pairing in England and was amazing. She was so enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge with us. After learning more than we could ever remember about the process of making wine, we headed back down to the house for a wine tasting, conducted by Wendy and Daniel (the owner's son). The more we tasted, the louder the group got. It was ...
... back into town. Ned had been looking quite poorly, eyes closed and panting, though as we approached the town he had seemed to calm down and his eyes were open, brighter.
Andy stopped in front of the church to Google directions to the cheese shop, while I filled a coke bottle lid with water and tipped it to Ned’s beak and let him drink. He sipped at the water, licking with his little tongue, and started to liven up.
Though things were looking ...
Next to the parking lot was a single playground apparatus - A Round-a-Bout where you sit and spin yourself by using the center cylinder (description could be better - I have a great video if you must see it). I spun Caleb for a few hundred turns until it was time for us both to feel what Level 10 was ... I jumped on and spun us both. I literally fell over when I got off and thought I may see my lunch... Usson has literally no commerce to speak ...
... of tomatoes, bread, salad and cheese. It was perfect. Sandrine and the others really wanted to show us around the area so we piled all the kids and us into two cars and headed off. First we stopped at a small lookout where it felt like we were in the Scottish HIghlands overlooking a loch rather than in France looking at the Loire river and gorge. We then drove to the old medieval village of St Victor sur Loire. The ...
We were up early and on the road by 8am. We dropped the linen back to Averil, did a quick stop at the bakery and headed on our way. The GPS was saying we had a seven hour drive in front of us. During the morning we made good time and decided to detour to Amboise for lunch. We sat at a restaurant outside the gates of the chateaux and ate a quick lunch. I had a goats cheese salad, boys had pasta and icecream ...