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We had lunch out on the Aquavit Terrace on the ship. We wanted to take advantage of eating on the deck since it wasn’t raining today. They had flank steak and yummy shrimp sandwiches among other things. During meals drinks are free. I asked for an extra Coke to take with me. They always have a coffee/ tea bar with delicious cookies available. The raisin cookies are to die for! We spent the next few ...
... Out. It was about a photographer (former graffiti artist) who won a contest. He decided he wanted to have people take portraits of ordinary people and have them send it to him. Then he would make billboards of these pics. They were asked to put these picture billboards up in their towns. The film was about how this transformed people. One Native American family had lost their son to a suicide. The father said he hadn’t been able to ...
We started our day with our first yet one of many of the breakfasts we would have at our Hotel and then took the tour bus to visit Moutarderie Fallot which was the mustard factory we would have a tour of and be able try fresh ground mustard paste. We would then have lunch at Le Belena where we met the students from CEFAM and got to learn a ...
... dogs to go swimming along the way. Saumur has a famous cavalry school which you are not able to visit but could get an idea of and glimpse the horses in their stables from driving by. The pre-eminent Cadre Noir are situated in a village just outside of town.
Fontevraud l'Abbaye, this was an amazing village, it was absolutely pristine and spotless, if the queen were doing a royal visit it couldn't have ...
... buildings and lots of vin (wine) caves and cellar doors. We continued our drive on the scenic route through the vineyards, and stopped briefly in another little town called Meursault. It was perched on a hill and surrounded by chateaus and very opulent looking houses. There were grape vines as far as the eye could see. They even had grape vines in their front yards, and on the roundabouts! The farmers were all out working on ...