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We met for our last breakfast together and again like last night we were quite subdued - no planning for the day's cycling or rushing to pack bags to be picked up for transporting to the next location. We retreated to our rooms and packed our bags. I did have a lump in my throat with the final goodbyes - as we were a small group we had got to know each other quite well. I do hope to stay in touch - they had been so generous allowing me to tag along and join in ...
... for a 2 hour ride to Sete. Beautiful scenery on the road, but if think everyone was taking a little nap. Some people even snored - no names mentioned! It was Richards birthday and he had kept teasing Carol about wanting chips to snack on. We were having a glass of wine in the hotel lobby and Debbie, one of the guides walked in with a bag ...
Before heading back to where Karine and Olivier live on the east coast of France, we took a little trip to Montauban, a small city where Olivier went to boarding school as a child. This city is as old as the village where the wedding was, dating back to around 1150.
I just realized I spelled Montauban wrong on every single photo caption. Oops.
... Black Madonna - remember her from the Secret Life of Bees? After that we went to Saint Etienne Cathedral - very pretty stained glass windows. After that we strolled to The Les Jacobins Museum. it was our favorite attraction of the day - beautiful gardens, sculptures, and artwork. It really had it all. By the time we did all this, it was 2:00. We had a quick salad, then roamed about until we ended up back at ...
It's Karines wedding weekend!!
I didn't carry my camera around much during the weekend, but I snapped a few when we were getting ready and a few during the reception and a few the next day.
Weddings in France are so different from a traditional American wedding. You typically book a venue, in this case a castle, for a few days to give you enough time to set up and clean up. The wedding itself begins at the town hall, followed by the church ceremony ...