Campanile Orleans Sud La Source
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... once had to stop a Japanese couple posting their cards on a doggy poo bin in Hyde Park ) to the pockets of American tourists on their. Vin yard tours saying things like " what great place to build a castle ( chateaux) it is right next to the train station !!!!! If there is one thing I have learned about all this al fresco BBQ and eating is that if you want to hack off your neighbour fry fish ... I bloody hate that but that's just my taste - ...
... taking to get to Paris as we had left Poitiers early in the am and did not get to Paris until mid afternoon. We past a few castles and lots of crops, future croissants and baguettes! In the end there was a bit of chanting and clapping of "Paris" (clap, clap, clap) coming from the back if the bus, and you don't have to be Einstein to know who instigated that!
We were awarded medals for ...
... and they had some antibiotics for her. Hopefully she woud start getting better now as its not much fun being sick on a holiday.
The rest of the afternoon / evening was spent driving to the Loire Valley where we were spending the next day. It was a really nice drive down there, going through the French town with the old fashioned houses and the nice countryside. We arrived in Blois at about 9pmish at that night. The hotel we stayed at was only 35 euros ...
... row boat on the river. We got the funniest pictures of the kids in oversized life jackets since all they had were adult sized life jackets. We then toured the inside of the castle and it was about 7:00 pm before we finally made it back to the parking lot to leave.
In what seemed to be a recurring gaffe on these trips, we found ourselves once again without a dinner plan, in an unfamiliar neighborhood in rural France, late in the evening when most ...
... antlers over 6000 years old from an ancestor of the elk which was found in the Siberian ice fields 200 years ago. The antlers are hung at the actual height of the animal! The chateau's immaculately manicured gardens (including seemingly endless pathways of beautifully raked gravel) were a sight to behold, and we both came away feeling quite wowed. We were also pleasantly surprised at the lack of people - after our experience the day before we were expecting crowds, but they did not ...
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