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... first stop for a look accompanied by 10,000 like minded individuals no parking any where so we continued along the beautiful coast line to St Malo with 100,000 of our best friends . There was room for us fortunately and we had a pleasant walk around the ramparts , having become rather partial to a good rampart lately, the old part of town was almost completely destroyed in 1944 but was faithfully reconstructed on the original style. A couple of Islands off shore ...
... instantly, just like I've forgotten everything I learned at every other wine tasting I've been to. Boubi joined us for a little while but quickly got bored when he realized there was no food on offer. One thing we learned was that not only does French wine have an "appellation controlée," so do pâtés and cheeses. And the five things that must always be on a French wine bottle are: the appellation controlée (e.g., A.C. Chinon), the winemaker, the alcohol ...
... of what the ballroom looked like with beds lined up for the soldiers. Next door to that was a massively cheesy wax museum, and beyond that was another lovely area housing carriages and some cars. Outside of that was a pond with some geese and several really noisy ducks. I could sit and watch ducks all day. There's something strangely calming about them.
I walked into the vegetable garden, went around a tree at the corner of a planting bed, and ended up ...
... little town of Chinon. From the staircase you can see the fortress on the hill and the stone church with the towering steeple.
Today after a delicious breakfast of warm breads, croissants, fruit, cereal, hard-boiled eggs, ham and cheese, we headed out to explore, pleased when we found ourselves at the fortress overlooking the town and Vienne River. We wandered around the ancient buildings, climbing stone turrets and walkways, winding our ...
... over road. I had two hours to kill so joined him at the bar opposite the station. I was thrilled to be able to use their toilet and not have to lug my case and bag with me. We returned to the station for a baguette and about 20 min before the train arrived. The gentleman at the sandwich bar was half bald but had a row of stitched in hair at the edge of his forehead - it was really quite unusual looking. I walked from the ...