Auberge Manoir de Saint Herem
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... no taxis waiting for the train. Barbizon was 10 miles away. We were joined by two Aussies from the train, also heading for our tour, waiting around the station parking lot. After an hour, a bloke arrived driving a hatch back with space for four, claiming the hotel had sent him. We negotiated a fare and loaded five suitcases and five carry-ons into the back. It was similar to solving a Rubik’s cube puzzle. I opted ...
... unreal. And when in france.......... You must eat French food so we had snails to start, beef tartare, French sausage (not quite like the Aussie banger!) and then accompanied it with a couple of bottles of Bordeaux wine. Desert was not to be missed and we had creme brûlée, chocolate fondue and apple tartine. Omg - absolutely amazing. We all loved the snails despite being so nervous about tasting them. I think even Nat would have them again. It was a fitting end to a royal ...
... in the Da Vinci Code! It too was very old and beautiful. In my opinion, its organ was grander than Notre Dame's. We also went to the Opera Grainier where The Phantom of the Opera novel was based off of and the movie was filmed! Sadly, the ballet was practicing and the auditorium was closed down. The hall we saw in gold was more amazing then the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles! It simply existed for ...
... 60k!! This was for a filly foal by Cassal (Casinos dad!!)
out of a Cassini 1 mare.... unbelievable price for a foal. The top price wasn’t so high this year but
the average price was up more than usual.
The Young Horse Championships were something special. Kate
and I watched the 7 year old final over the 1.40m ‘up hill down dale’ track and
were pretty impressed. If you didn’t already know, Europe has some ...
... arrived late; missing the 1m class meaning the green horses Tetiahora
and Unieme had to go straight into the 1.10m. They jumped like superstars and
were both clean. The other horses I rode were; Icarus, a 5 year old gelding
(who I rode last year) that was bought
at a Fences auction a few years back and a Chacco-Blue 7 year old mare in the
1.15m that is new to the stable. To quickly
sum up, I’ve been jumping all clear rounds except for one, ...