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Travel Blogs from Nemours
... Martha (this wouldn't be the first time France gets to see Jens Mammary Glands). We had a hot guy sitting opposite to us, and an obnoxious girl (with obvious sinus problems) sat beside us. Jen sung a rendition of "Love Machine" by Girls Aloud but aptly changed the lyrics to "Milk Machine" to relate to her current milk-machine requirements. Plenty of people to watch & observe; plenty of giggles! We arrived in Paris and were welcomed by rain. ...
... with. Can’t wait!!
The Grande Semaine de l’elevage (French young horse
championships) is on in Fontainebleau this week so we will be salivating over
the gorgeously bred horses strutting their stuff. I think the 7 year old final
in the ‘derby like’ arena will end up being around 1.40m in height, which
should make for great viewing!!! The champs go for 10 days and are held in the
Grand Parquet (you can Google it, it ...
... We were treated to a grand lunch and dinner, with lots of champagne, wine, baguettes, frommage, bbq.....we just seemed to eat continually!
The weather was glorious so Max had a swim with Judith, the boys played soccer and basketball in the garden and we all went for a walk around Villemandeur. Not far from the house was a small castle with a moat which is now used as a music school.
We really enjoyed our stay in ...
... in Etrechy
What a delightful flavorful meal!!!! Amuse Bouche (some small tasty bits served to whet/amuse the appetite): a small rectangular plate with a delicately fried shrimp balanced on a tip of pastry, a tiny glass of cold fresh potage des petits pois(fresh pea soup-bright green-not from dried peas), a ceramic spoon with a sweet melon ball on top of a jelled port wine(wine jello!) Then we moved on to the ...
... around the limestone cliffs. It is so good to be able to experience a country down and dirty in the open air. On the limestone cliffs and up on the Butte we encountered very few other people. Both places offered reflective meditative peace-filled venues.
Coming back into town we appreciate anew all the architectural details, the lovely flowers, and our neighbor ...