The Village House
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Just a few words about today, we had the typical lazy Sunday. Up not too early and a nice breakfast croissants fresh from the bakery on site. A bit of a sort out and down the pool for 1030hrs, unbroken sunshine for the next couple of hours meant we were in and out of the pool cooling off. Back for lunch, not a Sunday one but fresh bread with ham and salad, Mark, ...
... of the flashiest labels shops even seeing a handbag that Emma E might struggle to justify at 13,000 euro on the way home. Once home we rested for a little before heading out to dinner at a local creperie. With a lot of the restaurants/eateries not reopening till 7 finding a good option is not always straight forward but this creperie
seem to fit the bill as well as the owner pointed out it had a great TripAdvisor rating, so in we went to Aux Ducs de Bourgogne being ...
Friday night and it was time for the international match of the week, yet another England verses Germany struggle. Representing the Germanic nation was our neighbour Charlie, Dave and I were representing the English hopes and dreams. Charlie explained the rules and went through the different techniques of throwing the boule, Dave and I played a couple of games to master the skills then it was the winner to take ...
... things, and when you go out in France you have to concentrate on what you're doing from making sure you're driving on the right (or should I say wrong) side of the road, actually staying on the little narrow roads, to even ordering a coffee or something to eat. It expends much more energy than being in Oz, so today that is a good thing. So off I trot. Bloody cold out but the sun is shining, so jump in the car armed with my map. and decide I'll go to La ...
... Mont St. Clair (a high hill overlooking the town with a very, very steep incline for those with beaucoup courage who want to climb, walk or drive up the hill). The whole town was in shut down mode that day as traffic anywhere around our area was restricted to those who were part of the race.
In advance of the cyclists passing through, we found out that it is customary for La Caravane de Tour de France to also pass through along the same ...