Auberge de la Bruyere
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... was buzzing with activity, even on a Saturday night. Went to a club last night but the clan and I were disappointed with the techno/ lack of American music so we left pretty quickly. Today we dedicated to the works of Antonio Goudi. We went and saw two of his famous works, not sure what they were called, then spent several hours going through his unfinished masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia. This church is by far the coolest building I have ever seen. I purchased ...
Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
... excellent, centre front, Row G. Looking around the seating at 10:00pm, 95% of seats were full. We were told the stadium, all outdoors, held 14,000 people.
We sat next to a delightful French man who appeared to have a personality similar to Brad's! He initiated conversation with us chatting away in French. We said we were Australian and only spoke a little French - although he never spoke to us in English, he appeared to understand when we spoke ...
... was ill. This meant we waited about 45 minutes to be served as there were 4 people in front of us and by the time we left we had been in the store about 75 minutes with a long line of customers after us.Two hours later after driving on 'D' roads, we arrived at Le Puy du Fou.
Le Puy du Fou
We have never been to anything like this before and it is really hard to describe it and do it justice as it is so amazing. It is a combination ...
... the friends tried to speak English and Sally helped out when anyone needed help. We were shown their lovely large vegetable garden growing a variety of vegetables. Brunch, of scrambled eggs fresh from the neighbour's hens with smoked salmon, was delicious and it was made more special as it was shared with Sally who had gone to so much effort to provide local foods and traditional recipes and ingredients. She explains what people eat in France. Brunch ...