Domaine du Prieure
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... book of revelations 666 and all that . We are currently siting in a beautiful garden a waiting a wine tasting . Our B&B is on a winery with at least a couple of appellations and dinner is here too , more later . Somebody just shot our dinner by the sound of it . Ok he didn't shoot dinner , we have just finished a home cooked meal goats cheese on toast , green salad , pork casserole , rice and an orange salad with accompanying wines from the vineyard thrash all folks ...
... said the garage is full of bikes because there are 25 Americans staying at the hotel. Our sympathy went out the hotel staff, they were busy all evening and the next morning taking care of demands from the large American tour group. We toured the area before dinner and visited the citadel ruins next to the town. Dinner was great, wine was excellent and Helen enjoyed a plate of frog legs for an appetizer.
... out the small town before dinner. The town was booming during the 18th century when they produced lime from the abundance of coal and limestone in the area. We walked up the hill to the cathedral, mass was about to start at 6pm and the church bells were ringing loudly while the locals streamed in. During the walk we stopped at a casual Bar/Cafe along the banks of the Loire ...
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 ...