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... The room was very large, with a balcony, and unlike any others we have stayed in Europe, had a small fridge, and a table with two chairs, (we we sat to have our breakfast, of muesli, yoghurt and banana). Unfortunately the ancient stone walls stopped the wifi signal, so we sat in large red swivel chairs at the end of the hall, or downstairs to use the wifi.
The next morning after breakfast we had a coffee at a nearby bar, where a very energetic woman, working on ...
... president of France. We took a look through the ancient ruins and the very very old church. We had a very delightful lunch. It was quite exceptional really. I had sliced duck on sewers, terry and Jane had trout and Helen had beef...al were presented similarly and we all agreed, simply delicious. Went for further walks around the town, just so picture ...
Aubusson (don't you love predictive spelling -"ambush on")... Treas had her heart set on visiting Aubusson although she hadn't really owned-up - just subtly kept navigating us that direction. It is/was, as all you cultural gurus would know of course, the heart of France's tapestry industry and has been for centuries. I knew you'd be aware of that.... By the way, I wonder if that's where Roy came from......? You know.....Roy Aubusson......... Anyway, we rolled into town, ...
D'Azay-Le-Rideau A German woman who was sort-of fascinated by us "furriners" with the kangaroo and AUS stickers on Dulcie's svelte flanks, suggested that we just had to go to a little place called D'Azay-Le-Rideau, not far - about 50 km from Amboise. So, this morning, we headed off, after briefing George, and made an easy run with just a brief stop at Carrefours, (sp) a big supermarket chain here. While Treas did some shopping, I decided that poor Dulcie ...
... make you wonder where we lost the plot... Just superb! Why don't we see these things any more...? It was quite unusual in that we were allowed to walk around and touch, feel, the original, un-restored furniture, wall-"paper", paintings, china, crystal, etc, and there was nothing to stop you doing anything that you wished, other than your own sense of proprietary. There was a dining table that took my eye - it was a nice, modest leaf-table, maybe 2.5m ...