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... we had a walk around this very steep town then back into the car and down the hill again to an Auberge at the bottom in a town call Assous, it was truly delightful. Home again for a quiet afternoon while Laurie prepared himself to go fishing. We went down at 5.30 to catch the evening trout, apparently this is the best time! Ted, Annie and I watched on with a glass of wine, poor Laurie, no luck, so home for dinner and an early night before our trip to San ...
Awoke to the sun streaming through the van roof, Opps forgot to close the roof blind last night, still it was 10am n Andy had the kettle on. Eventually surfaced and sat chilling in the garden with the Bruton family and a pyramid of empty beer and wine bottles, must have been over 200!!! Spent ...
... A perfect balance in our eyes. I just wish I had started taking pics of the food we have been eating! We have separate living quarters from the family, which we share with the other helpers, Daniel from Spain (also a Chef, as is Gwen) and Erin from the US (fluent in French too). So we have our own kitchen, bathroom and lounge with fire.
Relaxed environment but we do work for our keep, which is nice as you are in good company ...
... to have a white line painted down the middle.
Her joy is short lived, we arrive at the aire to find the entrance road under two feet of water.
What to do?, it is now dark, the nearest aire we know of is another ten miles or so.
We decide to park in the deserted car park opposite the adjacent (closed) campsite and settle down to eat and sleep.
It continues to rain for most of the night.
We headed to Versailles this morning. We sent the 3 musketeers into the chateau on their own (as they went in for free) , while Richard had a wander around the fountains and I embarked on a reccie run around the gardens. Amazing! 10km later I had transversely a major part of it! We had decided that we had done Paris (well the bits we wanted to see and do anyway) and the hecticness of it all - it was ...