Cazaudehore et La Forestiere
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Today Sonia & I went to see the Chateau Brissac, which dates back to 1620. Sonia's host mom was nice enough to take us-- it is about a 10 minute ride from Angers. Unfortunately it was breezy, cool and overcast today, but we had a ball. It is so neat to tour the old castles and imagine what person stood where we ...
... out the price of sending some things home or buying a bigger suit case. The wheel on mine is shredding apart anyways. I think it was dry rotted from being in the attic so long, or I'm traveling the wheels off of it. Either way, I am going to look into both options. It was so fun strolling through the side streets of Angers. Enjoy the pictures.
... and Pierre's house who are listed on AirBnB. Sean is exhausted by the days end and can barely make it to their house, at the top of a hill. They loan us their car so that I can take Sean to a restaurant. Sean is too tired to eat, we get bàck and she crashes asleep. All and all, though the scenery was breathtaking and I am sure, this whole vacation idea is working out. Or am I too early to ...
... from my window, I peeked at them, but I didn't feel in shape to take a picture. The last picture is of the Catholic University where I am taking my classes. Back to the grind-stone tomorrow.
This weekend I want to visit the Chateau d'Angers and take a river cruise - not sure if it includes dinner. Tomorrow morning I have to buy my month tram ticket before class. ...
We spent today visiting The Louvre and the Musée D'Orsay. We were just as impressed with the outside of the Louvre as we were with the inside - the courtyard was beautiful!
When we finally waded through the crowd to see the Mona Lisa, we were surprised to see that she is much smaller than we ...