Chateau de la Cazine
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... T-shirt, the free meal, and the bragging rights. Andy and Liam get to attend MineCon 2015, but they will be mere plebeians. After that weekend I think you have to refer to me as 'Milady.'
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... schoolers. So after the Louve, then the Orsay and now the Orangere we may need a break! We have seen lots of naked men and women ( more women's breasts than anything else) and we have only been to reputable art places. (Not those 'other erotica places') What age do kids start field trips here and how do teachers explain it?? Wonder if that is why the French are more open?!? When we ...
... Another beutiful stop. This time in Vienne ( what is with the V names?) We arived just in time to get to the car boot sale further along the waterfront. hen we arrived that the free pontoon, a woman jumped off her bike and took a line to help us tie up. Then left with a Bonjourne, and she was off. Apparently this town is 2000 yrs old. cant see anything that old but I did see a PC monitor at the sale that would go close.. there are some cool old buildings. pics to ...
To compensate there are a few chateaux along the way; some very interesting stone buildings; and some beautifully converted windmills. The windmills are definitely a feature of the area and many potteries have created some lovely clay replicas which I would dearly love to take one back with us but they are too big to transport. Oh well maybe I'll have a go ...
Today was mainly spent on the bus - travelling through the Loire Valley to Bourdeaux. We did stop at a hunting lodge (it was like a freaking castle!) - the 16th century Chateau Cambord and that night we had a massive tea (supposed to be French themed but was chicken and veggies!?!) with some very nice wine! ...