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30 July For some reason, or other, the kids were acting like they’d been cooped indoors for weeks. When Jo started explaining to them that it was still perfectly acceptable to wallop a disagreeable child in France, I figured it was time to give her a break. We three headed for the playground and left Jo to her Italian. The whacking thing has been a running gag with Jo and I. It started on the drive down from Paris when I saw a dad clip his son round the ears for trying to ...
... had lunch, reminisced on donkey bites, etc. - we headed up to the pool for a swim and a lounge. Great pool and very refreshing on a warm summer's afternoon. We even convinced Bronte to practice some of her swimming strokes and she happily did a few laps. Lounging is not quite the kid's style, though. So after their swim, they decided to reconnoitre the grounds; Jo went with them. About five minutes after they'd headed off I could hear Bronte screaming blue murder. She now ...
... the riders had just a few police for traffic direction. We wandered freely amongst the riders, taking pics, looking at the bikes, admiring the set-ups, and even gladly accepting free hats and chilled bidons from bmc's team managers who we were chatting to ! I never imagined we could get so close to the riders!, let alone meeting teejay van garderen, and tony Martin . The day was topped off by dinner in one of the beautiful squares and a drive home through deserted country roads. ...
... mousse, a carrot? maybe, purée and a timbale of finely diced mixed vegetables. This was unusual as vegetables are often not a feature in many restaurants. We had both chosen the chocolate dessert which, with hindsight, was perhaps not the best idea. It was sooooooooooo rich and chocolatey! It was a thin slice of a layered dessert with a chocolate sponge base, then a crunchy layer, then chocolate mousse and finally chocolate ganache! Plus it ...
... not to go there as we will be walking and we felt it was a little too far away from our apartment. We checked out another recommended restaurant which is closer by and we have made a booking for tomorrow night.
Around 7 pm we decided to go on the self guided walk around the Roman ruins that are present in Perigueux. It was a most pleasant time for walking. At one stage Perigueux had an arena the size of the one we saw in Nîmes ...
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