Hotel Gite St Francois
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... salad baguette, and a nectarine for dessert. All washed down with some red wine produced with in the local area. Lunch was accompanied by the beautiful song of a number of Red Goats, actually called Red Throats. They are a type of bird, however, François mixed up the word goat and throat when translating their name for us. We saw many more Red Goats throughout the day, and some Orange Goats too.
After lunch we continued our ride further ...
... have played dodgem cars! Yes, the walnuts were on a monorail, but if you pedalled fast enough you could come up behind the person in front and give them a gentle nudge. les wouldn't let me do that to the people in front of us though - sadly, they kept stopping to look at the view and Les kept making me slow down. But it was fun when we were on a straight patch of line and I could peddle flat out!
Les got the last laugh though. We came up to ...
... it back in January with Hayley and we didn't get past the Chateau and museum. This time, Les and I didn't even get to the Chateau and museum! Like many French cities, they have a tourist route - this one was a green line painted on the football that visitors can follow with the help of a guide from the Tourist Office. We have done this in other cities and it is a fabulous way of getting to see the major points of interest. And get plenty of exercise as ...
... WWI and saw photos of soldiers which were projected up on the memorial wall. Waltzing Mathilda and Still Call Australia Home were played and I got the feeling that people wanted to sing along but weren't sure whether or not it was appropriate.
The service went for an hour and was broadcast in Australia by the ABC. It was lovely. THe Collegiate and Hutchins choir did a lovely job as did the lady from the Army who sang many of the ...
... The first couple of paragraphs were pretty easy - same tenses, same words, spoken by the same person.... I was sure she would not use that bit because it was easy! Anyway, we head into the exam - yep, you guessed it - the teacher had chosen the first few paragraphs - and the rest, as they say, is history!
It took Sally and I 10 minutes to write out the translation. We both turned the page at the same time and finished at the same ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed