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... lovely in the watery winter sunshine. It was so cold that in places where there were ponds and inlets the water was frozen. The sun became stronger so that when we got to Amboise it was almost impossible to photograph the chateau.
Monday February 2nd - Friday February 6th
Left Derbyshire and returned back to Amanda's Mum and Alf's while the car was fixed.
The car dealer rang to tell us the good news that our car was ready midday Tuesday, instead of rushing over to Sheffield to pick it up we decided to chill out and pick it up Wednesday.
Picked up the car, it goes brum brum when you press the accelerator, and moves forward ...
... courtesy P&O bus. Time moves on and there's no sign of our coach leaving, so Lloyd checks our tickets only to discover that we have been put on a later ferry. He confronts the ticket monkey to be told that we arrived 43 minutes before the ferry was to leave, but apparently we were meant to be there no later than 45 minutes before. But with quick mental arithmetic we are confident that we ...
... bump into us every so often. They are just plain folks....and what a great name...Emmett...a Wilfred Brimley look alike. But we couldn't mess with his name as it is too perfect already. The California girls....Zarisa, 20 year old daughter of Madonna, I mean Carrie. Her mother in law Dana and sister in law Rhonda all of whom we met on the flight over and whom we constantly bump into throughout the cruise. These are the people we travel with. Hope to never find out what they call ...
... br> I had just short of an hour at the ruins site and could have spent the entire day there. Seeing burial grounds and the remains of the crypt including the altar were two of the highlights but it was truly amazing to take in the sense of history this place had.
We met up back in the town centre for our next Canterbury adventure, a punt down the River Stour with our guide Jason. This was a great 45 minute history lesson as we made our way down the river, which at it's ...