Chateau de La Tremblaye
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... had come to appreciate including a graceful villa, and a dramatic viaduct along with other Italianate architectural touches.
Clisson also boasts the largest heavy metal festival in Europe, it takes place for a weekend in June and has featured such artists as Ozzy Osbourne, and Guns and Roses and has been taking Place annually since 2006, much to the disgruntlement of some of the towns inhabitants!!!!!!
On Sunday our guests were taking us to lunch at our ...
... down the stairs, it's about 5:30 am and I was praying he would not invite them in, fortunately he told them to go away even though they were bringing us a pot of onion soup to eat. Apparently this is a tradition after parties and in particular weddings where they wake up the newly weds with a hearty onion soup!!!!!
This year was a bit tamer, I was home tucked in bed by 1 and D arrived 3 ish, although he was definitely a little fragile the next day.
... an 'Aire pour camping cars' overlooking the sea at St Pol de Leon, as recommended by some folk at my last site. And it's impossible to take photos while driving so none today! Oh yes there is. Last night'ssimple supper. As usual they don't let being a campsite cramp their flair. Fantastic 2 courses and wine. Cost? Of course It did. You asked that silly question a week or so ago! See you tomorrow. Bonne ...
... it is sure to be a best seller and will make her a good deal of money. Apparently she was not too kind to her ex and he is devastated. Along with his political woes and there are many it is not a good time to be President of the Republic! It certainly is true that "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!!!!! Also I found out today that Brigitte Bardot who is turning 80 soon used to send postcards to her dogs whenever she was away! A bientot
... put them in the freezer for our use.
Yesterday we picked all the tomatoes that had split from all the rain, they went into a soup flavored with our basil and will be on the menu tonight along with a bowlful of fresh mussels cooked with wine some cream, shallots and salt and pepper. They come from Mt St Michel and are small but plump and delicious; I am getting hungry just writing about them.