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... heron' circling the floor. Our card gave us free entry to the viewing tower and a free drink. It was a warm walk, but not unbearable - just yukky sweaty with wet backs from our back packs and increasingly tired legs and feet wading through the thick warmth. There was a slight hill or rather rise that felt like a hill and about 50 steps which felt like 150 but we made it to the lift 42 floors for a view and a coffee as weren't up to alcohol in the heat. ...
... a bus to the airport. Lots of sweat today. Of course the trip would not have been complete if I didn't end up having to chase down a bus, so I did that in order to get from the city to the airport. Gotta keep things interesting and spontaneous when traveling right?!? Always that was my active weekend. As of right now planning on staying around London, maybe going up to Oxford for a night the weekend of the 25th instead of traveling to Paris or another European city. ...
... Century) with great displays and many buildings which were shops - very like Sovereign Hill. Here the specialist shops sold painted porcelain, leather goods, soap and potpourri, woodwork, iron products etc. All were of a very high standard with the maker/shopkeeper dressed appropriately for the period. There was to be a show of musical instruments of this period, but as all seats were in the full sun we decided to give this one a miss. It was VERY hot ...
... was ill. This meant we waited about 45 minutes to be served as there were 4 people in front of us and by the time we left we had been in the store about 75 minutes with a long line of customers after us.Two hours later after driving on 'D' roads, we arrived at Le Puy du Fou.
Le Puy du Fou
We have never been to anything like this before and it is really hard to describe it and do it justice as it is so amazing. It is a combination ...
... to go onto a campsite at riverside as €14.00 for night and 3 hours free WiFi seemed a bargain.
There was no other show in town so we were all parked up in the lovely site by 20:00. There were not too many on site and it was refreshing not to be surrounded by too many more tourists.
Dinner cooked up and a stroll around the site in fading light.
A Father Matthew night followed and after the drive, perhaps no bad idea either,