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- Swimming pool
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... That's why we decided to take a train to Orleans, about 130 km under Paris. We didn't know exactly what to do so we asked two girls we saw walking were they would sleep. The woman, Melanie, who was waiting for those girls offerd her garden so we could set up our tent. The day after Melanie woke us up with bread, goatcheese and basil fresh from her garden. After this amazing breakfast ...
... the region and this evening the air was heady with the scent of lavender.
We explored Roussillon and then had a lovely Provencal meal on a terrace looking over the hill of pine trees which have also been intoxicating us with their scent during the hot midday sun.
This evening at 10:00pm as we were heading to bed the farmer next door was heading out to his field to continue his harvesting under the light of the full moon.
To finish the good time in Vizille, we made our way to the grand chateau we could see form the hotel. Apart from the magnificent building, it had acres of manicured garden and waterways. It also housed the museum of the French revolution inside the old building - what a bonus. This free and huge exhibition was a stunner. Room after room was filled with ...
... eat as much as everyone else. Coffee, tea, fresh bread, cheese and cereals. On Friday, everyone had their own schedule to keep so we enjoyed catching up with each and watching the pace of a busy family life. Samuel rode with Jan to school and then back to get ready for work. Julie walked and mom joined her at the same school after she had taken Anna next door.
Once everyone was gone, we set out on foot to discover the beautiful old city. ...
... no guarantees that we would fly over it since it depended on the wind direction. They launched a helium party balloon to see which way the wind was going and make sure that we weren’t going to balloon back into the fog that we had driven through. We watched while the crew got the balloon, basket, cylinders etc. all set up. They had tea, coffee, mini croissants and mini pain au chocolats for us to enjoy while we waited. We opted out of the tea and ...