Campanile Chateauroux - Saint-Maur
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... the French king signed his son's birthright away to England. The city is most famous, therefore, as the site of Joan of Arc's decisive battle against the English, where she ended the Siege of Orleans, allowing the disinherited French dauphin to assume the French crown.
Today, the city has a charming medieval center, dominated by the marvelous Orleans Cathedral. Unfortunately, it was cold and raining while we there. We visited the cathedral, and ...
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and of course, planning our new adventure! I so enjoyed writing and researching Beneath African Skies that we have decided to follow in my ancestors' footsteps this time, and plan a trip to South Africa, and then on to Kenya. House exchange will again feature prominently and I am searching the web to ...
make up for the lack of Magic yesterday we went to the Beauval Zoo!!!
Whooppee! I must admit, had it not been the major draw of there being
Sloths we probably would of bypassed, but this was too good to refuse
and made for a lovely Valentines!! Once again we practically had the
place to ourselves, and most animals were in their indoor enclosures
and curious as to their visitors so we really got up close ...
Second day here we have decided to go up the hill to the large town. Roy managed the walk with lots of stops and we found narrow streets with small shops but with in hour they were shutting for their siesta so we found a bar and had a drink for a while. I left Roy next to a roundabout and walked down to see a church which was near by. We walked back ...
... and Roy and me went around the right hand side. There was only one shop and I bought some grapes and bread and went up the hill to see the front of the church but it was closed so we could not look around.
We went back to the post office but I could not get in so thought it was closed but a lady who was walking passed showed me how to press a button and when the green light came on the door would be open ...