Domaine de l'Oie Rouge
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... with. We quickly find the Trail and what a trail! paved and wide and off the street, and with many other cyclists already Navigating its path. It is but a short distance from the banks of the Loire. After we exit town I change the phone to play my french learning tape. At one point I am told to repeat "How much is that doggie in the window" in French. The French misseur we pass, has a very ...
... The Mediterranean Sea was really cool to swim in though and the sun was great. I ate a fair amount of gelato on the trip and enjoyed the euro making Spain much more economical than London. Also Spanish food is so much more tasty then the rather bland UK style of pub food so I had some paella as well as lots of tapas throughout the last couple days. We went to La Rambla yesterday which is a famous street lined with lots of shops which was cool. They had this open ...
... stage! We ate some lunch at one of the many small 'take away' shops.
Along the way there are a number of sections with fine mists of water being sprayed into the air under which anyone who feels like it can try to cool down - very popular today, including Brad!!
L'Odysee du Puy du Fou was, like everything else here, an amazing show which took you through a series of rooms representing different eras in history. Different characters ...
... The show includes magnificent well known classical music (great sound system throughout the park), excellent lighting, water features and actors. Once again, actors rise from under the lake and 'glide' across the water. At other times they are actually appearing to 'walk' on the water. These characters have illuminated costumes, light from within rather than from a light shining on them. They look surreal! A piano and a harp rise up from the lake ...
... aviary, and a very unexpected vulture display. I call it a display because the vultures settled on the ground in an enclosure that you walk through. And yet there was nothing to stop them flying away. Were their wings clipped? I don't know.
Gratien & Meyer
We had to visit at least one winery and this was it. Set into caves dug out of the cliffs along the river, this was one of many such ventures. We toured the ...