Inter-Hotel IKAR Blois sud
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... and the gardens were also beautiful. Tonight we had the option of going to Tours with a dinner included. We walked around the town and visited the basilica. After the walking tour we had dinner in the Leonardo da Vinci restaurant where we also had a guy playing the guitar and singing all night with us joining in. It was great having Summer there as she translated for most of the night. It ...
... swan. He had quite the time teasing the swan into thinking that he was going to steal his food. The swan chased him back and forth around the pond, nipping at his feet whenever Yvon got too close. I think Yvon and the swan provided several guests with a little bit of entertainment! We walked out of town for a bit to get to our restaurant for dinner. I don't usually eat at restaurants in France as they are quite pricey, but once in a while it's nice to splurge. ...
This morning we went to Mont St Michel after the farmers strike yesterday. We walked up through the Main Street and up to the abbey. There were many, many steps to climb, but it was so worth it. Walking through the abbey was beautiful and the view was also amazing. ...
... and given the high price of beer (5.60Euro for two small beers), wonder how they can afford it.
But, we notice very few are drinking beer, careful observation while we drink our beer, and we notice some are drinking Pastis and some White Wine. Next round is Pastis and a White Wine, much more reasonable at 3.60Euro for the two. The only problem is, I do not like Pastis, but, perhaps I will acquire a taste for ...
... and able to drive through such marvelous countryside. I have roast pork with turnips and onions and velvety mashed potatoes. Absolutely divine. Caron had monkfish with thin-sliced carrots and leeks and some kind of sauce. The amuse bouchee was an unknown thing that looked like chocolate served in tiny schnapps-like glasses, tiny spoons. Baffling and delightful. Our dinner tab was 66 Euros which included wine along with the set menu for ...