Chateau Du Landel
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I can't even begin to verbalized how beautiful Giverny is. Lars gets all of the credit for us going here as it was his #1 place he wanted to see in all of Europe. Spoiler Alert.. Seeing the Mona Lisa was his #2.
We booked an all day bus tour that started with a 90 minute ride west to Normandy and the tiny town of Giverny. Our tour guides gave a lot of background about Claude Monet ...
... once), since she did not like them.
Just in the interests of using them up, I ate a second one. Well, we post war babies remember rationing, we don't like to waste things.
I suggested that, perhaps, storing them in the fridge was the problem, so, they were put in the "food" cupboard.
Later, in the evening, I had another, it was much better. Kathleen tried one, yes, much better.
I am now banned from eating any more.
This morning Gen and I were awoken by no puking hostel mate, no drunken homeless person and no construction. We slept like babies. I got up at 8:30 and had a lovely shower, in a big bathroom. (Sorry hostels, you ain't got nothin' on this chateau.) We went down for a lovely breakfast of eggs, bacon, croissants, bread and the most delicious hot chocolate I've ever tasted. After breakfast we went into town to ...
... like a flank steak with burgundy sauce, Dayna had a fish dish with two different kinds of fish and veggies. We both scarfed it all down. There is an adventure around every corner; but never forget, the bread is always good!
After lunch we strolled up to Le Gare. That's train station for you from the New World. That's where we turn in our car tomorrow morning. Just wanted ...
After breakfast today we were ready for some culture! We set off to Giverny to learn about the Impressionist Painters and in particular to be inspired by the colours of Monet's Garden!
The trip from Fosseuse to Giverny took almost 2 hours, a few slight detours along the way when we confused the directions of the GPS (She talks in miles & I've been too lazy to change her...)
We arrived and easily ...