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Moving on again and, to save the boys a few extra hours in the car, we decided to drop them off at Fontainebleau (pretty much on our direct route to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport) and for Mum and I to continue on our own. At least they could have a relaxed lunch and wander round the gardens. It was of course really sad waving Mum off but we ...
... 3000 feet tall, but they take our breath away. The tortuous path past vertical rock faces reminds us of the Parkway through the Rocky Mountains. There is Alpine pasture here and Lois returns to her long term obsession: what would the cheese that Heidi's grandfather have made tasted like? Round Puy, there are dozens of granite domes, apparently the remnants of volcanic cones. Each has a castle or church on the very top. Given Dali's ...
... This morning we made our way to Hertz, and they swapped our Megane for a Renault "Captur" (which we had originally booked.) The jury is out on why the bulge appeared, and we shall find out on Wednesday when we rerun to Bourges. We may have to cough up for a new tyre, although we can't understand how it happened, given Vik drove very gingerly through Bourges all weekend.
I think I shall start a new blog for Millau...
Our days in Paris came to an end today, which was sad. We ventured down to the "Grand Carnot" for our regular cafes et croissants. The guy there, Bruno, was invested in to the "order of the Koala" for exceptional service and friendliness.
After checking out and saying "au revoir" to Estelle and Emmanuel, we ventured through the craziness of Arc de triumph roundabout for one last time. (For those South Aussies - ...
to the lovely Blois this morning, although it was a little
disappointing as the 'Musee de Magic' was not open. Should have never
told Ella about it as it got her excited! (It was the former home of
the French 'Houdin' who the American Houdini got his name from. But
we ended up exploring all the quiet backstreets of Blois, very quiet
and built into the hills so many ...
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