All Seasons Cholet
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Travel Blogs from Cholet
... had a bike the trip began. The journey along the Loire river is beautiful. Full of birds, trees, cottages, and lovely old towns with stone buildings and cobbled streets. We also passed a variety of farm animals and some vineyards.
For lunch we found a little picnic area with some tables, it was on an island where another small old village was located. Lunch consisted of an entree of ghost chips (chips shaped like ghosts), a main meal ...
... to wish her happy Mother's Day.
THen we were off. Terra Botanica is about a 20 minute tram ride from where I live. Whilst waiting for the tram - which by the way is the first time i have used it - we noticed a group of people doing dog obedience classes. This demonstrated the difference between Australia and France. Yes, they were learning the same things - sit, stay walk to heel etc, but they also included walking down the escalators at ...
I counted the weeks until 17 June yesterday - yes, it's official - 6 weeks to go. It's a little hard to believe that the time has gone so quickly and I have no doubt the next six weeks will fly because Les and I are now on holidays and about to jet around Europe.
This week however, has been a bit strange. After having Les here for 10 days and attending the Anzac Day service in Villiers-Bretenneux, I was then fortunate enough to catch up with a ...
... WWI and saw photos of soldiers which were projected up on the memorial wall. Waltzing Mathilda and Still Call Australia Home were played and I got the feeling that people wanted to sing along but weren't sure whether or not it was appropriate.
The service went for an hour and was broadcast in Australia by the ABC. It was lovely. THe Collegiate and Hutchins choir did a lovely job as did the lady from the Army who sang many of the ...
... last weekend with French friends, who do not speak English. I had a whole weekend of totally speaking French. Okay, there was some English, because I had to talk to Les! Oh, and translate. How proud I felt of myself that I have got to this stage!! Fortunately, one of our friends understands English and speaks it too - better than my French! Luckily, she always sticks to French, so I get the chance to practice speaking. I thought the best moment ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking