Chateau De Germigney
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... at home then everyone left and we played the Xbox the whole time and we danced and it was really late then went to bed. It was an awesome sleep over!
Saturday 25th Oct 2014
In the morning we walked to the park and there were a lot of apple trees and there were ready so we had apple for breakfast. Then my dad and mum came to pick us up to take us back to Valdahon. My dad and uncle are going to Switzerland again, but this time they are ...
... lions, Siberian tigers), primates (lemurs, marmosets, etc. with more than 25 species) and birds (some thirty aquatic and tropical species). There are also many different species of hoofed animals from around the world (Vision warty pigs, Vision spotted deer, etc.) as well as two species of macropods from Australia: red kangaroo and rock wallabies. There are around 400 animals from more than 70 species can be viewed in large planted enclosures.
We kept on driving until ...
... this episode in the blog because it's all too depressing. However in the interests of veracity I'll summarise.
It was very wet, getting dark and the autoroute was very busy. No compressor this time so it's phone time. My breakdown insurance (Axa through Carole Nash) cannot recover me themselves from the autoroute, telling me I have to go through ...
... When we got to their house, it was beautiful and they had a baby, a little boy, he was only 3 months old. We stayed there for a while and someone turned the music on and everyone started dancing until midnight! We headed back to my uncle's house again but the next day is going to be a really fun day and I may need to save my voice.
... through water wheels and then turbines (invented by a man from this region in 1837). Consequently, there was lot of industry along the Doubs and the canal at one time, and we saw the empty factories with their graceful brick smokestacks that once made paper and textiles. In 1735, in this area, the Doubs powered 4 iron smelting plants and 36 mills.
One little village, Deluz, had a paper making plant ...