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... French, what was happening and once again, some characters in these scenes were not real people. The special effects were stunning including entering an octagonal room which revolved and lowered one level for you to depart. Just like the ride at Luna Park but much slower.
In time for the 3:30pm show, we made our way to see Mousquetaire de Richelieu in the indoor Grand Theatre which once again held thousands! The stage was incredibly large - ...
... Jane's favourite choice of restaurant but the meal was quite fine. We were taken to our seats at a table where four other French couples were already seated. We made a little conversation with the people at our table but as they had almost no English, the conversation was very limited. Family, children and grandchildren are good topics!!
At this point the only language we have heard from the crowd is French and people of all ages, from ...
... to see such diverse uses of this beautiful countryside all in a short drive.
I was in this town on way South in May so I knew choices were limited for sustenance but Sundays are even worse. Two bars open and both were going to be closed at 18:00 after paying €10.60 for a large and a small beer....sacre bleu!
The parks by the river were thronged on this glorious Sunday afternoon, family picnics, cyclists and fishermen on the banks ...
... motorcyclists they were - well today we were cursing at these two cars who refused to move out of our way and at 120km we kind of needed them to - guess what - the two offending vehicles were British drivers in British cars!!!
Having said all that when we decided to stop for something to eat we indicated right and moved to turn right - someone over took us as we were due to turn and someone under took us on the grass verge!!! Interesting!
... Back in the tram and we head to the suburbs to another park - Parc du Grand Blottereau surrounding an 18th century mansion, bit neglected but still showing signs of it's once grandeur. Public transport is great here, three tram lines, which run about every two minutes - lots of buses but we haven't tackled those, by the time we got home I was exhausted, so david out for beer and wine, and another quiet dinner at ...