Chateau du Baffy
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... hamsters on a wheel. Apparently at some stage there was a jail on the site, but the guide didn't go into that. Afterwards we had some spare time to explore. We looked at some of the shops and found a tiny little chapel which was lovely, before catching the shuttle bus back to meet the tour bus. The journey back to Paris was looooong. We left at 4.30pm. We were supposed to stop for a tea break at 7pm but at 7.30pm we were lucky to be 200m further ...
Now the real adventure begins! We are on our own as we go back up to Normandy to hit some places we wanted to see that were not on the tour. We head north in this strange land where people speak a funny language Armed with our two words, "Marci" and "Bonjour". Kathy wisely bought our train tickets before we left as we find that our train to Caen is full. We have assigned seats, but the ever helpful man at the gate said there were no assigned seats, so the six of us trailing our ...
... to wait. Each break was only 15 mins so they really didn't have much time.
This leads me to the subject of Coffee. The French drink mainly short black coffees, so that is what they expect everyone else to drink as well. Milk in coffee is almost unheard of. We have in our office and also in the judges lounge small pod coffee machines. I have never come across a coffee machine that is so slow. It takes forever to produce a short black, by the ...
... The elevators were not running and all power to the ship's propellers was lost.
Joan and I were quite comfortable in the theatre, so we just stayed there. So did
many others. They announced that the engineers were working on the
problem, that the French Coast Guard had been notified, and all ships had
been warned to stay a safe distance away from us as we were literally powerless to avoid a ...
... winds. We snapped a few pictures of the island before dashing behind the city walls. Like Carcassonne, once inside we were greeted with eateries and souvenir shops packed onto the small paths. We bypassed the stores and walked up the side of the town to the abbey. At the top of the hill is the gigantic abbey over looking the bay. It has several gothic styled rooms for prayer, meditation, and writing scriptures. The most interesting part were ...