Brit Hotel Azur
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... salad and ratatouille. The strawberries have come back to life with bursts if warmth and sun and they are perfumy, sweet and delicious. We even dried some of the pears in our dehydrator that we purchased last year, it turns pears, apples and apricots into tasty dried morsels like candy!!!!
Paul has his bread delivered every morning from the local bakery in Maisdon but for other purchases and to make visits to family and friends he relies on his ...
The new government has been formed in France and I am sure every French person is captivated by the announcements. Interestingly the Minister of Education is Najat Belkacem, first woman to hold Education and there are 8 woman appointed out of 16 ministers. vive les femmes!!The left has held the majority and it will be business as usual hopefully but I am sure there will be some grumbling ...
To digest we made a tour of the property, 100 acres in total we surveyed the fields down to the river, where we noticed fresh markings from boars who dig up the grass and earth in search of worms. They have become quite a nuisance in France and cause a lot of damage to farmers fields. Hunts are strictly controlled but take place every year at Les Roussieres and I think there may be one in the near ...
... is surrounded by many other buildings from the 17th century and older. The area has a long history of religious pilgrimages and there are gothic churches in every little town. There is also numerous many hundreds of years old chapels and shrines on the sides of the roads or within the cornfields, remnants of the history of the area. Jean-Yves and Nicole have 7 cats which Macca adores and 30 or so parrots. 2 are king parrots, ...
We arrived in Bordeaux about midday. Hotel is slightly out of town across a very very long bridge! Bordeaux is a beautiful elegant city, with massive boulevards and huge squares. We picked up a walking tour from Tourist information and set off. Most of the buildings are 18/19th century, built in a beautiful pale cream stone. They are embarking on a huge cleaning scheme ...