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... both emerged. The decorator was pointing out all the alternative spaces. Eventually, he came over to the car and I apologised profusely for being in his way and moved back so he could get the car out!That left me to just pull into the desired space. Job done! Ooh! It felt good.
The drive to Chamery had been 95% motorway. Expensive Peage. But the upside was we could stay south for longer. We now have about 280km to Calais and two days in which to do it. We ...
... Latin Quarter, past Notre Dame, the Opera House, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe. We then headed on to Versailles after dropping off those not doing it at the Arc de Triomphe. Julien showed us around the castle of Versailles which was absolutely beautiful!! We went through room by room including the Hall of Mirrors with natural mirrors (the lakes) outside and unnatural mirrors inside. ...
... a French Walmart) where I was able to get a smoothie for breakfast and a delicious salad to carry for lunch. After that, I felt a lot better about the day’s prospects even if it was going to be a hot day.
We got lost three times today. Well, we weren’t really lost, but we had to backtrack a bit. The first time, we walked right past the sign and didn’t notice. Then, when we came to the road, we knew that we had taken the wrong ...
After breakfast with our gracious host, we rejoined with our
fourth companion and again began our walk. Today was difficult for me because
it was very sunny, and I have never done well in the sun. It just absolutely
fatigues me, and I felt every kilometer in its blazing rays. From the small
village of Neuvy-Pailloux, we walked to the large town of Chateauroux. Walking
to large towns is always a mixed bag. I know that there will be plenty ...
... background. Really, the church represented a history of rural France, and I was glad that our hostess took the time to share its history with us.
After our little tour of the church, it was time for dinner. Let me tell you, this woman could really cook! The first course was a traditional soup made from a local prickly green plant that grows like a weed. The entrée was a savory French pastry filled with vegetable and crème fraiche, and my companions told me ...