Chateau de la Flocelliere
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Conforme à nos attentes. Magique.
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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.
... and width with our estimation being a height of 12m. We can't even estimate how wide or deep but it allowed eight horses to gallop at full speed around and across the stage between many actors. It is very difficult to describe accurately but it was HUGE!! When we entered this theatre the stage appeared to be a 'normal' stage but towards the end of the show it started 'raining' on the stage so that by the end of the production the horses and actors ...
... Magic also featured as a priest disappeared from under his cloak in a puff of smoke. As the village went up in smoke we could feel the great heat coming from huge flames - once again amazing! The technology used is unbelievably hi-tech and amazing!!!
By this time it was 7:00pm and we were booked in for dinner at L'Orangerie where we ate our prepaid meal. It was a huge room with a cold buffet in the centre, with 100+ tables of 10 surrounding ...
... change his pin. He then drove to a larger local town of Pouzauges, 10km away, and successfully withdrew money - YAY!!
We ate 'in' tonight (well actually we ate outside on the terrace!!) enjoying dishes of fresh homegrown (either Sally and David's or from friends locally) vegetables - a speciality of the region. It was so delightful to enjoy a delicious meal in the warmth of a summer's evening. Oh come on Summer in Melbourne!!!
We have been ...
... most of the warm weather. Then she took a book and read outside in the sunshine.
We were booked in for dinner at the same Crêperie we had visited last year.and the meal was, once again, delicious. This year we dined with Sally and the son of her neighbour who is coming to work in Melbourne later this year, so an opportunity to ask questions etc. Buckwheat galettes filled with ...