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Filled up with diesel at the supermarket near to the Campanile and set off for Poitier. From there dual carriageway almost all the way to Angouleme. N roads then to Perigeux and on to Le Paradis. Arrived Le Paradis mid afternoon and settled in to our lovely chalet. Meal in the restaurant which we were disappointed in especially as there was a new …
... one on the sinking of the Lusitania called "Dead Wake" is one I think the average person would like. I directly attribute one of my bouts of depression over here to this book as I had just finished reading about the moment where it sunk. The amount of detail he is able to come up with just from reading first hand sources gives me goosebumps. Anyway, they were quick reads. Three to four hours.
Now I’m reading a book ...
... twice a year to polish the copper ware. The villagers wanted their story of providing for the family over the years open to the public too. There were many other interesting things in this place, see the photos below. What a contrast, next stop the fortress at Chinon. A very old fortress, but being Chateau'd out Liz and I had little interest. This was compounded by the fact that it was just a little like Kyrall ...
We have eaten out so much here and have had no menu disasters. I have to admit that my attempts at menu translating before coming really helped out. Roger's ordering at lunch today let him down a bit, but it certainly it wasn't a disaster. He thought he was ordering pork but ended up getting fish. We have seen a few unusual things on menus and I know French people like offal but I was surprised to see braised cheek of pig farmer on offer. The weather was great ...
... which was part of the old hospital so we decided to visit the. Well worth the visit as it showed how people were treated long ago. The apothecary itself had a lot of the original medicines used in the 17th century.
Returned to the same restaurant as we had used the night before as were so impressed and not disappointed either. Lovely place and very good ...