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... day Sunday with coffees and pan chocolar to start the day, buy the cheeses, buy the palma ham, buy the salad ingredients, wonder around the old part of the town, then back to the boat with our loot for lunch. We have managed to put up a canopy (gazebo) over the outside area of our boat, to keep the sun off. We are sitting out there now, writing this blog, and Amanda writing e-mails. So the adventure continues and hopefully so does the bateau. J & ...
... after a spray bottle to spray oil when he's barbecuing but the French don't have aerosol cans of oil in the supermarkets so he knows a $2 shop here and so he and I go for a walk through the town to check it out and he finds what he is after. We found rabbit loins in the supermarket so we are going to experiment with those on the BBQ supplemented by sausages and belly pork in case they don't work out. As it happens they are ...
... but we eventually got the message across. I was also persuaded that taking capsules of beneficial bacteria was a good idea and realign that when T had gastro in Italy, the doctor prescribed these. I bought a pack of that also. There was a dress shop close by the pharmacy and T couldn't resist buying a pair of trousers! Again! Duly dosed, we found a cafe for a cup of tea and a supermarket to buy ...
... loves her food, mais après une nuit drinking gallons of water, mon dieu, this delicacy can remain local.
Van Gogh - Saint-Paul Asylum, Saint-Rémy
I did say that the blog is not about sightseeing but Madame says that you can't be in St Remy without visiting the asylum where Van Gogh spent some of the last year of his life between May 1889 – May 1890.
Camping Las Bastide St Remy
We say good bye to the patron ...
... time of the French revolution. All the monasteries were closed during the Revolution. The Abbey never regained its prominence and the huge cathedral that had been built during its heyday was torn down and the blocks used for constructing local buildings.
After walking around Cluny, we went to lunch out in the country. It was very interesting as only lunch in France can be. Apparently it is a law in these ...