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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... him, they were at the old barn no. 20... So it does get used after all. He tried to chat but only in French so it was difficult. We did our best to tell him how lovely his dog was. I think he understood, and he shook our hands. Back at the gíte, it's 5pm and still a beautiful day. I paid Sally the €50 for two cases of wine, and told her my story of the gypsy family, she thought it was ...
It's dry but its grey today. So it's tea indoors, before we drive to Brissac-Quincé. As we have found everywhere this September, the market is much smaller than our last visit. It didn't take us long to walk round, we were looking for sausages to take home as presents. They have been on all the other markets we've been to, but not this one! In the little café we had a hot chocolate? They sold lots of local delicacies, but no sausage. Th Chateau is so pretty, one day we ...
... don't want to get caught! Dave squeezed the grapes and it made two glasses of lovely juice. Sally gave us carafe of rosé to try, so we had freshly squeezed grape juice, and rosé wine with our BBQ tea. Yvonne FaceTimed us to show is her leg in plaster. She fell down her friends steps yesterday, and smashed her little toe on her left foot, and broke her fourth toe on her right. What a state to get into. She will be out of action for a ...
Rain in the night and cloudy morning, so my cuppa was drank inside. We decided to go to the Intermarche on the way to Brissac to buy biscuits for the family, and wine for home. We had lunch at the brasserie next door. €12 for 2 courses. I had the buffet then a piece of gateaux, Dave had pizza and creme caramel, washed down with rosè. The Internet was good there, better than at the gíte! On the way back there is a ...
We have woke to another beautiful sunny day. I was up first, as usual, and outside with my cuppa. I heard the grape pickers turn up about 8am. The grapes are being picked by hand, then loaded into a big bucket on a tractor, when full the driver goes to the hopper at the end of the row and empties out, then back he goes for another load. When the hopper is full it then goes of to the co-operative. We walked to the town, eating fallen walnuts on the way, and a few grapes, ...