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... Rothschilds partially restored and opened as a hotel. The left the ruins of the old church and part of the old abbey intact. It is a beautiful setting. We walked all through the grounds and then had a buffet lunch. It was a lovely afternoon. Then we went to a snail farm where they raise snails for escargot. it was interesting but smelly. Tonight we have our farewell dinner and say goodbye to a wonderful adventure.
We decide on an IBIS hotel just out of Versailles. Well actually we think of trying the Hotel Nocturne next door - but the doors were locked and the front glass panel was smashed in, the sign was a bit skewed and it looked about run down. Helen went in to enquire about a room - telling us she thought it was dodgy before she even passed the front reception. Turns out the doors were locked and nobody was home. An abandoned hotel - how very Psycho!
... We set the van up, did the grocery shopping and feel like we were 'back on track'. The weather is quite cold ( for we warm blooded Aussies)- 8 degrees this morning - and the trials of day one have already faded from our memories! Tuesday provided a few more 'challenges'. Our plans to fit an external gas fill-point on the van hit a roadblock with our 'gas man' deciding he couldn't fit the new part for fear that 'if it failed he might have to wear it'. ...
... was sort of like a roast. What was different was that you cook the meat with the bone, and then you eat the marrow by spreading it on a piece of bread and putting a little salt on it. I am very much a texture person, so I thought for sure that I wouldn't like it at all. But it was seriously delicious! Since it spread quite nicely, the texture was more like butter instead of fat, like I thought it would be. The flavor was very rich, but it was ...
... text-size-adjust: auto; ">The memorial itself is quite pock-marked from seeing more action during WW2 and was badly damaged during that, but has since been restored but with the historic evidence intact.
For obvious reasons the Australians are very well respected by the locals, and a guy we spoke to from Kandos, near Orange in NSW, was telling us that he tried to get accommodation locally but although the hotel was full, when they found out he was Australian they rang ...