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... the French king signed his son's birthright away to England. The city is most famous, therefore, as the site of Joan of Arc's decisive battle against the English, where she ended the Siege of Orleans, allowing the disinherited French dauphin to assume the French crown.
Today, the city has a charming medieval center, dominated by the marvelous Orleans Cathedral. Unfortunately, it was cold and raining while we there. We visited the cathedral, and ...
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and of course, planning our new adventure! I so enjoyed writing and researching Beneath African Skies that we have decided to follow in my ancestors' footsteps this time, and plan a trip to South Africa, and then on to Kenya. House exchange will again feature prominently and I am searching the web to ...
... personal. In the top ten zoos in the EU this really delivered! One of
the sloths even put on a big ol scratching/yawning/self pleasuring
show for us! All a matter of metres away. I was thrilled, I think
even Dan and Ella got caught up in the Sloth Excitement. Lot's of
incredible tropical birds and some awesome Armadillos...so cool! They
had so many animals not seen before...Anteaters, Snow Leopards,
... stables and at the back, a barn with a built in two room house but no electricity, no water, no sewerage etc. And out the back, more than an acre of land with lovely big trees all around. Lots of possibilities and we have loads of ideas! Now we need an eponymous property name for the not-travelling blog. Ideas so far are limited. Ideas for blog name or property name ...
... camper and it only took us about 2 hours to walk, looking at the shops as we went, calling in at a patisserie and having a couple of croissants between us, very yummy.
We got back and Terry, Anne and me went for a walk around the park which was huge, about four times size of Shibden park, it seemed to go around 3 sides of the town and was ...