Chateau de Grande Romaine
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... and which has beautiful gardens, as well as an excellent presentation on Impressionist Art. We spent the whole day there, in Auvers, from 9.30am till 6.30pm. Tonight we are tired, but we had a lovely time just wandering about the town, as well as enjoying all the exhibits. We even had a rural ramble after we visited the cemetery, as it was possible to get back into the town by way of a track which led between a paddock of canola on one side, ...
... for the best. It nearly snaps your fingers off when you close it! The Persil sachets I bought in London did not fit in the dispenser so I used one of the tabs in the cupboard and crossed my fingers. Did my clothes first just in case. The instructions were minimal to say the least. After using what I thought was the drying cycle, the clothes just came out boiling hot but still wet. Oh well, I will just have to hang them on the airer and be patient. The TV does not ...
... and almost jumped for joy in excitement. She chatted up a bloke getting his clothes out of the dryer just to hear him speak. She melts whenever any of these Frog men speak, even if it is about how to use the washing machine. I think she even started to dribble a little when the bald bloke did the first reading in church. A doctor may soon be needed. We return to the church we visited earlier for 6pm Mass, St Paul's which the parish dates back to 632 while the present church ...
... and to make things worse no booze to calm the nerves ...any way arrived at Charles de Gaulle Airport eventually worked out how to catch a train to where we were staying at a place called Avenue Jean Jaures in short an Ibis Hotel ...we stopped at a local caffe first when we got of the train first and experienced our first real experience of Paris ...after a couple ...
... story with subterfuge involving Venetian mirror makers, and is quite stunning. The chandeliers were quite something and would have taken a fair effort to keep clean. Had a mix of rain, sun and thunder in the afternoon back in Paris. Thursday 7th August Had a leisurely breakfast this morning and walked to Montmartre and up the steps to the Basilica at the top of the hill. It is an impressive building, fairly plain but with soaring vaulted ceilings ...