Domaine du Prieure
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A sleep-in until 8.30 stated the day , with the usual home made jams ,croissants , joghurt ,etc in the lovely walled garden, followed a very pleasant pursuit of the owners black Labrador which escaped just as we were leaving , the ******* . A sense of conscience made us chase the bloody dog , which thoroughly enjoyed the chase over a main road as far as the beach , anyway Ali caught him and the final return was being dragged home by the owner. Cancale a town nearby ...
The ride today was pleasant and not complicated with too many diversions. Total distance travelled was 44km. We visited the town of St Florent le Vieil along the way, toured the town centre and cathedral, but could not find the tourist office, it was one of the most difficult tourist offices to find that I have ever experienced. Arrived in Champtoceaux around 2:30pm, and the proprietor of our hotel (Hotel ...
... a couple of beers while watching the sunset.
Dinner at the hotel where we are staying (Hotel Auberge de la Loire) was another amazing gastronomic experience. We only had a couple choices, but that did not matter, all the dishes were delicious and the red wine we chose to compliment this gourmet meal was the best red wine we have tasted in France so far (Anjou Villages, 2010).
Today we to Disneyland and it was awesome. The first ride we went on was one of the most fast and scary rides there and Mum and Mckenzie hated it. My favorite ride was Indiana Jones it did a 360 degrees turn and it went at a speed of 50km per hour it was awesome. We also went on the pirates of the Caribbean ride 3 times that was mums favourite ride. We got heaps of souvenirs and had an amazing ...
... of the buildings are stunning. Vehicles are gradually being banned from the centre. There is apparently a maze of linked underground car parks and lanes, which keep the cars out of sight! Something Bristol might like to copy. We took a tram just to see where it went, ended up at a pretty little place and had a drink in a bar opposite a church. Much against Jon's ...