Domaine des Roches
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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Briare
... frogs leaping in the water as we approached and huge red and blue dragonflies. Guy kept his eyes peeled in the forest for any wild boar or deer but still no luck.
A lovely dip in the pool in the evening sunshine - still hot enough for me at 7pm to stay in for a while and a great game of volley ball beach ball!
... bitten to pieces by midges). Despite trying to creep carefully, still no joy of spotting anything other than giant slugs galore!
A lovely meal out at one of the 2 Logis in Salbris, the Dauphin, where our hostess graciously whizzed around tables of mainly Dutch and English, patiently answering our questions in French, even complimenting us on our attempts at ...
Nice to chill out in the space of the gite and the private grounds - had a wander in the forest and nearby river (but avoided the quicksand after the owners warning) and a swim in the lovely pool. It is a short walk across a field with it's own little summer house fully equipped with shower, kitchenette and BBQ - very cool! I was under the weather with a tummy bug which started on Friday night and has lingered so nice to take it easy.
10th July Back to Briare In the morning we waited for the Office de Tourisme to open and the lady there took us across the road to the Church of St. Martin. Took lots of photos. (I finally got all the iPads and phones backed up so I can now access Denise's photos-- can't promise I will have the energy or patience to go back through this blog and add more now, however!) The weather was not good but we were pleased we stopped long ...
8th July After breakfast we washed some basics and then took off on the recommend walking tour of this little town-- (recommended by the Office de Tourisme). We'd done some of the sights the day before but it was worth a second look. Lots of photos. The tour was mostly through the medieval part of town and some of the buildings must have been 4 or 5 centuries old. We were enthralled. On the way home we bought a bread stick ...