Ibis Budget Chateaudun
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... with thin slices of roasted garlic plus s nice salad and now a sorbet of passion and citron. No wine as today I still had to take the strong antibiotic prescribed by Narcisa. The air is getting quite cooler, it is 10 pm, my laughing Belgian neighbours have left and so did the two English ladies who talked too loud behind me. It's time for the first Basque Country much deserved sleep. Tomorrow I have to go to Saint Jean de Luz and continue to Irun on the Spanish ...
... the Cathedral for a 12 noon guided tour. The tour guide was quite remarkable. Malcolm Miller is a British ex-pat who has been leading tours of Chartres Cathedral for.........58 years. Yup, he is 82 years young. He is the same guide Jerry had 32 years ago when he came to France to study in Rennes. Mr. Miller is still sharp as a tack and is the recognized expert on all aspects of the Cathedral ...
... museum..wonderful as usual Building itself fabulous.High Victorian Railway station with fabulous clocks on the edge of the Seine.Paintings etc. great even third time around. Walked across the Louvre forecourt to Metro and had a fine journey back to Ermont on the mew local trains. Josiane did gesiers and salad for dinner(.Duck gizzards) with potatoes cooked in duck fat..delicious but disaster for the arteries.very tasty and delicious.her aunt makes them at her farm in ...
... knew what she wanted!
After Azay we drove to Chateau Usse, but it was closed. A sign noted that the chateau would re-open in February. We give it a miss, although a young woman leaving through the gate lets Cath step in to take a photo. It is the chateau that inspired Charles Perrault when he wrote Sleeping Beauty. Walt Disney also used Usse as the model for the castle in the cartoon film Sleeping Beauty, and the castle in Disneyland. It does look like a fairy princess castle ...
... under the bonnet, then took his seat out to get at the tools which are stored underneath it. After a little tweaking, we were on the way once more. Apparently the coil which had given out while we were in Corsica and we had switched back to a couple of days ago just to see, had actually died after all, despite having worked for the last two days. Phew.
There was not a huge amount of interest along the route, but just having a lovely day ...