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... but I’d seen quite a few people look inside and then move on. After glancing in, I could see why. All they had was one room with little placards with pictures on them. No statues, no art, no nothing at all. I saved my 2€ and headed to Musee St-Croix.
Since I have the ISIC (international student identification card), I got into the museum for free which was neat! The museum was a nice medium sized place with quite a few interesting things. Its section ...
... oozing from every stone as you walk through it. It’s a city that was largely unmarred by the many many wars that affected France. The streets are there, not for cars but for feet (pic 7) and the idea of driving in this city is shunned by many but not all. There are those who are crazy enough brave the narrow one way streets (pic 8). This is a college town so there are a lot of young people, giving the city a wonderful energy. I’m so glad I get two days ...
... far in one day. So our night stop was at Chaunay. Just a huge car park in a soulless village. The only redeeming feature was the church. A beautiful old church with a magnificent window behind the altar.
The boulangerie in the square was closed on Thursdays, so a longer walk took us to another, run by a scary older woman. The facilities were interesting. Loads of electricity points, and water taps, but no sign of grey or black water dump. We used a drain for the grey ...
... for younger people.
The fourth excursion was to the village of Angles sur l’Anglin, the castle of which dates from the 11th century. This village has been officially designated one of the most beautiful villages of France and one can easily see why.
It was a wonderful eight days, and as is the case every year, we wondered at the end where the time had ...
... quite some time exploring on the treddlers. One of the towns /
villages we explored was Saint Martin de Re.
This place was once ...