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... colour and actors. The music and movement of the water were very well put together and it was enjoyable to sit (in the shade) and watch it.
A new exhibit for 2015 is Les Amoureux de Verdun. It is made up of a very long tunnel which represents trenches from the Great War. The lighting is dimmed, the noise of battle is loud, the floor and surroundings shake as you are transported back to WW1. As you walked past exhibits there are ...
... the rush of the breeze as they flew so close overhead. The trainers/bird handlers who were walking through the audience even perched some of these birds onto the heads of people nearby wearing hats. This show was the absolute highlight of our day due to its uniqueness!!!! At the start when people were filing into the area there was a non-traditional clown doing a wonderful job of entertaining the waiting crowd, armed with a water pistol! This show would ...
... aviary, and a very unexpected vulture display. I call it a display because the vultures settled on the ground in an enclosure that you walk through. And yet there was nothing to stop them flying away. Were their wings clipped? I don't know.
Gratien & Meyer
We had to visit at least one winery and this was it. Set into caves dug out of the cliffs along the river, this was one of many such ventures. We toured the ...
... centuries four families would live in the château. It was remodelled in the 17th century and the moat dried out in the 18th century. It was abandoned in 1766. The château was sold as a national asset in 1798. It was a military hospital in WW1 and registered as an historic monument in 1943, but it was slowly deteriorating until 1990 when the owner reassigned it to the Saint-Mesmin Château Association. Since this time it has been partially restored and is ...
... are considered to be 'Les Plus Beaux Villages de France'. http://www.france-beautiful-villages.or g/en/vouvant It was a delightful, oh so pretty village which we wandered around. There was also a most interesting old church dating back to 12th Century with additions in subsequent years. It is interesting to note the twin doors at the entry to the Church of Sainte Marie which represent ...