Villa Des Impressionnistes
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... to the edge of the parade route to watch the floats roll past. We shuffled about, jockeying for the best position, staying behind the white line to avoid crushed toes, not blocking the children as much as humanly possible. It was fun, there were clowns and confetti and old cars and Sousaphones, but the audible disappointment of the crowd at the poor showing leads me to believe that the city will ...
... I have ever seen. He was very handsome but I felt very sorry for him in his little enclosure. We moved on and I had some animal therapy with some very friendly goats, while Nic petted some donkeys and cows. It was hot and the sun was blaring so we found some shade to read under before leaving the park, the beautiful gardens and the statues. We found the train station and boarded our two story train easily, but the easy life did not last long- our train was first ...
... head back up and have no one else in the room for our sleep.
The next day we have a plan day and after paying excessively for internet usage ash finally gets an email through to the bank to sort out phone details. We go for a walk around the canal once more and have a meat plate from the kiosks on the water when it starts rain again. We head back and get the train to the airport without issue for once and we chill out and relax before our trip into Spain and the real fun ...
... did not touch the pillow. We had to be at the Airport to catch our 8.40am flight to Prague and we had to pack up our bags and get sorted and go out in search of a Taxi at 5am.
Carmen fell asleep quite conventiently but Danita helped us oldies to get our act together and waved us goodbye not knowing how or even if we were even going to make it out of our neighborhood! What faith she had in us!
Danita managed to get 2 hours rest at least and then ...
... towers and coned roofs - Disney castle style. I haven't seen a lot of sites from the me medieval periods, or really any castles so this was really cook for me. We knew we would pass Dijon on this part of the drive and a few days before we looked up if there was a mustard museum there. Of course there is! And of course it was closed. The museum is only open on Wednesdays for 4 hours a day. But if anyone ever does go to this museum tell me how it ...