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... such a lovely few weeks together. I had an aborted attempt to sort out the broken sat nav and radio with Europcar (numerous calls had given no joy so we had thought in person might be easier, but no) and picked up the boys from Fontainebleau again. At this point my phone (with off line navigation) was running low on battery and so we managed ...
... houses and a warren of winding medieval streets. The city has flourished since Roman times. There were Christian Bishops here in the third century AD and their cathedral has an array of ancient stained glass, beautifully restored carvings and massive pillars, ruder even than Durham's. For Lois, it has been the element of delighted surprise that has made this holiday. For me, it's been the return of half forgotten French expressions and ...
... to explore Bourges on Sunday. It was worthwhile, as we had the chance to explore the Bourges Cathedral and the old town itself. There are many sections of the town which date from the medieval times, with wooden framed houses down most lane ways. It is a town of about 66,000 friendly people. We found a wide choice of restaurants and cafes on Saturday, but fewer on Sunday.
We didn't get to Notre Dame in Paris, but reckon the ...
... we don't know! Vik did admirably well, and after a few nervous moments, we eventually found the "Chateau de Lazenay." Wow! It is beautiful, and we have a ground floor room, which overlooks the lake.
As there is no restaurant here, we had to brave it back to Bourges, but gaining in confidence, went not only to the local supermarket, but also the city centre. We mastered all of that - but came to a grinding ...
to the lovely Blois this morning, although it was a little
disappointing as the 'Musee de Magic' was not open. Should have never
told Ella about it as it got her excited! (It was the former home of
the French 'Houdin' who the American Houdini got his name from. But
we ended up exploring all the quiet backstreets of Blois, very quiet
and built into the hills so many ...