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On the road again!! Took my fancy pants first class high speed train to Paris - it wasn't that fancy pants really, and I slept nearly the whole way ha. I arrived at Paris Austerlitz, walked straight to Gare du Lyon around he corner and left again 20 mins later. Been there, done that haha. Although I did return a couple of days later but I'll get to that! I was heading straight for Fontainebleau, but I should back track a little first. Not long before leaving Glasgow, with ...
... of the gardens and had our picnic. We chose local produce, a baguette, (still warm when we bought it), some local cheese, (epoisses), and some French jambon, (ham). Washed down with a fruit juice (still have to drive today...).
We then drove into Paris, booked into the hotel, unpacked the car and then took the car to return it. We then walked to the hotel and then collapsed, we have 2 hours to get ready for our evening.
... has traveled and played concerts in many different countries. She is fluent in Russian and French. Plus English and Spanish to a relatively good degree. She has a CD too. I'm hoping i can score one and listen to it. All the family members play piano. Turns out Didier was a student of Nadia's for 12 years before they went out. They both play beautiful piano, while singing sometimes, its really nice to listen to as it echoes around this mansion.
I went into their ...
... out all the landmarks.
Lunch was at Vaux le Vicomte in a converted barn. We had vegetable tart with brie melted on the top, salmon with rice (not a dish I would call typically french) and finished off with nougat icecream and coffee. Also included was a bottle of Bordeaux wine which was very nice.
The Vaux le Vicomte is a privately owned chateau where the current owners live in the outbuildings. It was built in the 1600s by Nicolas Fouquet ...
... constantly bike riding here and there. I have seen more climbing sites than some of the locals i have talked to. Some people don't take full advantage of this place.
The next day was more productive. I got up earlier for starters! I was near leaving when Nadia asked me to cut a whole bunch of vegetables up. Of course i wouldn't say no; i told her to ask me for anything when she needed it so i wouldn't refuse. It took me forever ...
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