Au Moulin des Truites Bleues
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... them. It was pitch black and we were a long way under the ground and its as cold. I'm glad we had our polar fleeces with us. I'm not sure how anyone ever found those caves to start with. There were drawings of bison, mammoth, rhinos, horses. ***
After the caves we visited the home of Cro Magnon man. We got to see how they lived, where they hunted and where we came from. They were more sophisticated than most people think and ...
... the canoes. She wasn't lost. She was the local mooch. No wonder she was so fat. We finished the trip in a very strong time of 3.5 hours and felt that we had made up for the rather poor showing on the Dordogne. We also kept quiet that we were Canadians so that no one would have had high expectations of us. After our trip we checked out a beautiful Romansque church in St. Leon before heading home. Cheryl wanted to look at some Trocolyte caves but I was just too tired. ...
Today was a highlight of the trip, visiting Monaco, one of the smallest countries in the world (outside of Vatican City), a city that exudes wealth, that has resisted advances from the military powers of France and Italy over many centuries. The drive from Nice on the way to Monaco was simply brilliant - gorgeous French chateaux hugging many cliff faces, exquisite gardens with mediterranean fruit trees and flowering bushes providing privacy, homes owned by the rich and famous ...
... to walk past the men using the urinals?! We were behind 4 Japanese girls who were obviously even applying make up in the cubicle - yes,we gave up after 25 minutes of waiting. There were toilets in bathrooms you actually had to back into, or you just couldn't fit in; others that you used in the dark because the lights didn't work; and then, when you enter a large service station stop the mens toilets are closed, so they have to use the ladies - well, what ...
... which appears to be several acres on which there was a large farm house which looks like it must be easily 3000 square feet. It was built in the 19 th century. The farm had been a tobacco farm. Think cash crop. This was why the house was so nice and large. Peter and Karen live in the house and they converted the large limestone barn into three rental units. The conversion is very modern. We are in the Rosier ie the rose ...