Chateau de la Flocelliere
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... The Mediterranean Sea was really cool to swim in though and the sun was great. I ate a fair amount of gelato on the trip and enjoyed the euro making Spain much more economical than London. Also Spanish food is so much more tasty then the rather bland UK style of pub food so I had some paella as well as lots of tapas throughout the last couple days. We went to La Rambla yesterday which is a famous street lined with lots of shops which was cool. They had this open ...
Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
... it difficult to work out what was old and what was new as well as what was real and what was not. Within the Château a number of rooms were created to be interactive with real and non-real people used again. The most spectacular room was a very long narrow room lined by suits of armour which were automated and appeared to be 'alive'. One little boy, about 3-4 years old, was so scared that he was in tears while his grandmother tried to explain to him that ...
... live theatre, Sovereign Hill, Circus, Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary, Botanic Gardens, Sentosa Island in Singapore and New Year's Eve in Melbourne. Now that makes it sound quite unique and it really is!!! It takes up 45 hectares and has a separate area of 27 hectares for an evening show called the Cinéscénie, which we are seeing on Friday night.
When we arrived in the enormous car park, there were people having their lunch under the trees by ...
... extended as we shared past experiences as well as discussing current events particularly the problem with Greece and its finances.
After brunch Brad and I went to visit Le Château Mediéval De Saint-Mesmin. When we went to buy our tickets, Jane spoke in French. The lady replied that she was able to speak English. Jane responded that she would like to practise her French and she kindly listened and spoke to us in French. She did revert to English ...