Chateau de la Barre
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... cards and trivial pursuit. As we were in the country the owner, Mark, dropped us off in the village for dinner - we were the only ones in the restaurant! The next day we were joined two of the other guests (also Australian) and went on a day trip in a mini bus with Mark as our guide. We were meant to start with a visit to the local food market but again due to the rain gave this a miss. Instead we went for a drive around the local area and saw the ...
... br> To celebrate we went to the Latin Quarter and had a beer, followed by dinner across the street at Cafe Buci (the Cafe that introduced me to my love of duck). Had the Croque Madam, a nice change from her brother sandwich. We then went for a stroll through St. Germaine, my favourite part of Paris, the part that looks like the Paris from the movies. By accident we ran into a large macaroon bakery. Lucky for us. Macaroons another food ...
... who was thrown out of it by the wife when the king died. Women!
Spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing at the B&B. Made another nice dinner and drank a bottle of wine while we played two rounds of Skip Bo. A well-deserved relaxing evening.
... Je sais" and he flashed me a big grin :).
After lunch we drove to the Loire Valley to our next B & B. We were guided along by our GPS, Alan Rickman. The voice on our rental car's GPS sounded just like Alan Rickman, "Make a u-turn if possible, do not disappoint me". We had many laughs imitating him. We saw camels on the way. Yep that's right camels in the French countryside on the side of the road (the circus was in town). ...
... is the private property of the Vibraye family complete with much of the original 17th century furniture. In 1914, the owner opened the château to the public, one of the first to do so. The family still operates it, and Château Cheverny remains a top tourist attraction and is renowned for its magnificent interiors and its collection of furniture and tapestries. A pack of some seventy dogs are also kept on the grounds and are taken out for hunts twice ...