Hotel Kyriad Chateauroux
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... a decidedly un-PC American Indian theme. In addition to the expected burgers and steaks, one could also order carpaccios and tartares, because I guess the French can't quite accept offering only substandard American fare on their menus. We, however, were happy to order only substandard American fare--it was perfect, and will certainly be what we remember most about our time at this random highway exit outside of Chateauroux.
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and of course, planning our new adventure! I so enjoyed writing and researching Beneath African Skies that we have decided to follow in my ancestors' footsteps this time, and plan a trip to South Africa, and then on to Kenya. House exchange will again feature prominently and I am searching the web to ...
... Racoons, Mantanees, Gorillas, Chimps!!! and the
Gorilla and Chimps kids were so playful . Really great day..I found
it rather amusing how excited Ella was to see the Koalas and
Kangaroos! Although I would say her favourite was the Penguins and
Meerkats :) We had a lovely night at a Campsite run by a Welsh Couple
in Obterre. Really lovely restored French Farmhouse and nice chatting
about their life there.
In June last year we sold our eponymous campervan (of Life In Brian blog "fame"). Yesterday we bought land and buildings in the commune of Sazaray! This is very rural France where our address is our names and the area. To describe it's location - we are right in the middle of France. Look at a map and jab a finger in the middle and you'll be in the right area. ...
... camper and it only took us about 2 hours to walk, looking at the shops as we went, calling in at a patisserie and having a couple of croissants between us, very yummy.
We got back and Terry, Anne and me went for a walk around the park which was huge, about four times size of Shibden park, it seemed to go around 3 sides of the town and was ...