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... Power hooked up and we decided to check out the camp site. Remembering this was our first experience.
The toilet sanitary block (toilets and showers) was basic. Everything is time controlled. Turn on a light switch and it goes off after a certain period of time. Turn the shower on and it goes off after a certain period of time. Turn on a tap at the hand basin and after a certain period of time it goes off.
Saturday 12th July 2014
We woke early and had our usual tea and waited for a text from Dawn with an ETA at the railway station around 10am. It turned out to be just that and John went up to meet them and once on board we soon set away towards Paris.
Dawn did quite a bit of the steering and declared she had not lost her skill from last year. We saw some interesting ...
... to bend, so she had to remove some to put out later. We then set off for the supermarket. It was now dry and definitely getting warmer, but we took umbrella and waterproof with us. The supermarket itself was not the biggest and not the cheapest but it was there and open. We also checked the rail station details for Dawn, Hattie and Jamie's arrival tomorrow and just as well we did as we had the wrong station name down.
The sun came out ...
... drove very close to my side of the road and hit the curb once or twice. (He contends that he "glanced" the curb, felt like quite a bump to me) Fontainebleau was beautiful. The chateau was home to the Kings of France from the 1100s. There were sumptuous rooms with very ornate decoration and exquisitely draped beds. The children were interested to learn that the Pope was once imprisoned there and to see some of the rooms he ...
... of the house with 3 sets of French doors leading from the terrace directly into the bedroom, the foyer, and the dining room. We sit on the terrace in the evenings with wine and cheese and here I enjoy morning vanilla tea. Our back garden is surrounded by high stone walls and there are apple trees, a pear tree, a fig tree, beds wild flowers, and a small vegetable plot with zucchini ready to pick.
Narrow winding lanes ...