Le Moulin de Saint Jean
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... edifice in Christendom'. However around the time of the Revolution it was allowed to fall into disrepair, and in the early 1800's the Town leaders decided to demolish it and put a road through and a new market! All that is left of the original building is St Martin's tower, which gives some idea of its height and ...
... our baguette from a Petit Casino!
On a beautiful sunny morning we set off towards Brive to join the free A20 motorway and enjoyed the journey. The road is lined with a lot of silver birches and they looked lovely with their trunks shining in the sun. We left the motorway at Chateauroux and ...
Quick update, there was a little bit of snow today!! I was in English Class and my friend suddenly said "Hannah! Look! It's snowing!" (In French). It was raining and snowing too, it was so pretty because it was gentle and in flurries.
... our change in coins we were off.
Villandry is famous for its garden ,huge formal and to give you an idea 52 kms of box hedge , 14 full time gardeners , lots more casual and 2 hours for 2 tear stained garden lovers to walk around , every thing was perfect from the lawns to the vegetable " patch" it really did make you want to weep. We gave the building a miss.
Back to Loches to have look at the chateau etc in the town finished our dinner from the night before and walked ...
... are lots of bikeways (and the cycling is pretty flat), so
we spent quite some time exploring on the treddlers. One of the towns /
villages we explored was Saint Martin de Re.
This place was once a small fishing village that has been converted to a