Hotel de la Presqu'ile
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... chocolate and fruit packed in our picnic basket and we just spent the afternoon talking, getting to know each other more and drinking lots of wine! after a couple of hours we decided to head back, It was such a lovely way to spend the afternoon!
We strolled back down to the chateau and most of the rest of our group were sitting outside near the pool, Dan from New Zealand had just shaved his head ! but we missed it, ...
... are built for boats to stop at. the old guy there said maybe we could move fwd a little in case another boat comes but why bother, there is no-one else likley to want to stop. i told him we have twin keels and where stopped is the only place along the halt that we can get alongside to get off the boat. even as it is we are aground 2 feet away. Dont worry about it he said. Stay where you are its fine. i asked ...
... waste we picked up a few gifts, some goat cheese, and a fantastic mushroom salami and of course a nice lunch at a sidewalk cafe. The Vin was excellent Rose’ today. We also discovered a Lavender distillery very cool.
Still off in search of the perfect Vin will it be the Mazurka, or maybe the Vinsobres or better yet the Rasteau at Chateau de Ruth with its bread oven that dates back to the 16th century?
Oh I discovered one more thing today have you ever heard ...
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>> Afternoon walk in the medieval town of Concarneau (now a modern tourist trap...although if one visiually deletes the tourists, ice cream stalls and souvenir shops, it is quite a nice walk).
>> Dinner at La Belem ...
... After digesting all the turmoil and we once again were on our way.
Except minor squabbles we arrived at Beaugency – all fell apart. The whole town was shut down with thousands of people wandering around celebrating with nowhere to go – unable to get across the river so PK decided to we should drive towards Blois to Mer where it looked like we could cross the Loire River. After much discussion, we finally arrived on the other ...