Hotel Ibis Styles Angers Centre Gare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This morning we set out for the ancient town of Turquant, a Troglodyte village. Homes carved out of rock many centuries ago and still inhabited today. Some used as storage for wine for the constant temperature and others are very arty with galleries and a glass blower, we picked walnuts that have fallen from the trees, fresh walnuts have an entirely different taste to the dried ones we get at home.
As we wind our way down into the valley a heavy fog covers everything. Visibility was down to 50 metres at times.
5 hours later and the fog has not lifted as we speed along driving as safely and as fast as we can. It is still foggy as we approach the deviation past Paris on our way to Saumur. All the way from the French alps to the Loire valley across France.
Lucas is tootling along at 160 klm and we come up behind an ...
... all huddled around the tv and watched as Germany took out the title against Holland. Matt was hoping that Germany would win as we were going to Holland soon and he wasn't looking forward to hearing the Dutch saints gloating. Fortunately the German team did the right thing so we had nothing to worry about. Poor Pastor Jock and Helen were so tired that they didn't quite make it to the end of the match. Fortunately we couldn't understand the French commentary so Pastor Jock's snoring ...
... those beautiful little grandsons of mine. how they are growing! Connor is a real little boy now, with a mouthful of teeth and a gorgeous smile. He only had about 4 teeth when I left home! Archer has one tooth (oh!) and is almost standing on his own. He can now walk around things and I wouldn't be surprised if he has taken his first steps by the time we go to Sydney in June for a visit. I love my Sunday morning skypes with the kids. I also rang ...
... in the square outside the monastery, I never did see who owned them, wouldn't it have been funny so see some French farmer come out in his overalls and drive away, but I seriously doubt that. Gosh it is really quiet in these tiny villages at this time of year on a Sunday, sometimes it is as if you have the place to yourself, occasionally you will fine a small French child playing on his bicycle and always ready to have ...