Brit Hotel Amandine
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... all around. They seemed to be doing a great deal of renovation as there was quite a bit of scaffolding around. We did climb the ramparts of the Chateau and had a good look around there.
We went back to the hotel and I crashed for an hour, then we went out as we needed to find food and we were hoping to see the Chateau lit up at night. We walked for ages, as most places don't serve food until after 7pm. Lots ...
... to visit our friend Blanchette, she lives about 2 km from here and she always seems more than happy to see us. On our way back to the house we had to stop and admire the beautiful green spiky chestnuts that will be ready towards the end of September for picking. You have to split the spiky carapace to get into the dark glossy chestnuts, a delicacy when roasted or puréed with potatoes, or made into marrons glacé.We often get strangers stopping on our road ...
... warned it is very dangerous and there have been reports of hunters being killed by a stray bullet. My husband is going to take part on Friday but he must remain with a hunter at all times and not speak during the pursuit of the boars. They are not allowed to kill a boar mother but everything else is fair game. Will report on Friday whether or not there will be a boar on the menu this ...
... to break the silence. We had guests for the weekend from Vancouver, Susie and Wayne and it was a whirlwind of feasting drinking and site seeing. We packed them off after breakfast to catch a train to Paris-Bon Voyage et Bonne Anniversaire.
It was their first visit to Les Roussieres and we attempted to introduce them to our lifestyle a la Francaise. Dominique made a lovely slow roasted lamb with white beans served ...
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 ...