Chateau de la Cazine
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Bonjour, France was amazing. I climbed the Eiffel tower at night, the view was great,I brought a Eiffel tower key chain. I wish I could have stayed up there. I loved camping I have never done it before, it was go that the tents and everything were already put up so I didn't have to do it. When I go back home I am going to start doing a lot of camping and tramping. Loved the different kids of food. It was a great ...
... too. Very interesting, and unsanitary, I'd think. When I told Cindi, she was a bit disbelieving. I assumed all the trains like that had been retired, but apparently not. I was thinking it might be a bit breezy sitting on that seat too, particularly in the winter. I did not try it. (Geez, where was my sense of adventure?)
It's hard to believe but I got sick of beer. In Southern France, it was hard to find a nice dark malty beer. I was ...
... is the number of yacht brokers worldwide. Thats exactly 30000 times the number of honest brokers. At 11 the fog lifted a little, 150m visability. We left pretty sharpish and headed for gent. it wasnt to be. We got slowed by the big barges and having to stop and pay the belgium canal mob their 30 pieces of silver. 50 euros to use belgiums locks till march next year. Thats great but we will be out ...
... saw a huge vulger that was circling around my head! I yelled to the visious looking bird with my walking sticks swinging up: " get away from me, I am not dead yet!!!" Thank God he got the message and flew away, looking back one more time just to be sure that I really meant what I said. It gave me renewed energy and after another 30 minutes I saw the shack. Relieved that the map was right and the shack did exist! As soon as I reached it, ...
... were there and she actually had a rudimentary understanding of what she was seeing. I, not so much - but enjoyed what I was seeing. Tried the Rick Steves audio version but it was lacking in so many ways. Out of date for the various exhibitions etc. It was short and dirty talk at best. We ended up purchasing two audio guides which worked out much better although the batteries weren't up to the task by closing time. Manet, Monet, Rouseau, Renoir and on and ...