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... about the fight and what happens to the bull with a blow by blow description (very detailed) in the long and short of it all we are not going to the bullfight. Our question seemed to entertain the whole bus and once again we were put in the naughty corner.
We arrived in Tours for lunch but before we could eat off we went on a short walk with hitler arriving at another cathedral behind it there was a tree that ...
... Around 750, he arrived in the area that would later bear his name and found a cave near a spring. He excavated it and lived there until his death in 767. The story is lost, but shortly thereafter, a village was built, pilgrims began arriving and a lot of convents and monasteries were built. The monks excavated a church out of the rock near the cave (making it a monolithic church) leaving it almost totally underground and used the rocks to build a monastery. We had to go down ...
... the very large and impressive Opera House before making our way to La Table Bordelaise for dinner. When we arrived there just three other tables were taken but by 9:00pm they were turning people away who did not have a booking. It was a good, middle of the road restaurant, which according to reviews was popular with locals and not often frequented by tourists. They were correct! Our meals were delicious and filling - Jane having char-grilled beef ...
Opted for a quiet day, explored this sweet village, bought the breakfast baton, went for a lovely walk for a couple of hours, read, listened to Music on my iPod, sketched, watched a woodpecker getting his dinner and generally chilled. No driving, that was nice. Will go and explore the small villages nearby tomorrow, also time to go shopping, the fresh food is finished and the fridge is ...
... when he returns from his lunch break. At mid morning the farmer came to collect his 5€ camping fee for the night I was still in my pj's having spent the morning reading and studying the map and travel books of the area. We went for a short walk into the village a look around an antiques shop, but not much to see so time to drive on. Stopping at a MacD to use their wifi, luckily ...