Hotel de L'Europe
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... patient with us. Also the fact we are from Australia and travelled such a long way impresses people.
Other aspects that impressed us was the efficiency of waitstaff. There's always table service and when the venue is busy the staff almost run from one task to the next. We love the diversity of our food at home and we seem to 'eat our way around the world', but here there is mostly traditional food, and usually from the region or ...
... instantly, just like I've forgotten everything I learned at every other wine tasting I've been to. Boubi joined us for a little while but quickly got bored when he realized there was no food on offer. One thing we learned was that not only does French wine have an "appellation controlée," so do pâtés and cheeses. And the five things that must always be on a French wine bottle are: the appellation controlée (e.g., A.C. Chinon), the winemaker, the alcohol ...
... point). In the morning, when the party finally ends, their friends will bring them a bowl of onion soup. Onion soup is simple food and often eaten in winter; it's a working class meal. (No Frenchman would eat onion soup in a restaurant. Restaurants only serve it for tourists.) So the bowl of onion soup for M. and Mme. Martin is a traditional symbol of the hardships of marriage.
We arrived in Amboise a little after 10:00. Most of the group went off to the Clos ...
We left at 9.05 and drove the 93 miles through not very nice weather, arriving at 11.40. Luckily we got on to Pitch H02 which is near the toilet block but also the pool and restaurant. As we had stayed on the campsite before, we knew where everything was, which is always nice. We were actually just above where we had met Eileen and Phil from Ireland 3 years previously. This time, ...
... narrow passages that ended in dark, dungeons and strolling along walkways and gardens dotted with cloth chairs perfect for sitting in to enjoy the moment.
Later we wandered through the town, buying a small container of strawberries that were no doubt fresh from the garden. Wow, they were delicious! We walked along, eating as we went and remarking on how nice it was to have the luxury of being leisurely rather than hurrying to be ...