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... and took photos at many of the stunning villages along the way, Rod did all the driving he was a real trooper!! It got to 5.30 and we thought rather than try to get all the way to Frangy where Nicolas & Elodie were we would have an overnight stop. We pulled into a village called Beaujeu oblivious to where we really were??? We were in Beaujoulai country yipeeeee – more great wine. What ...
... We headed back and saw the Badoit factory and springs on the way back to our hotel. There was a message from Sandrine to meet them at their house in St Priest en Jarez to have a look at where they live before heading back to their parents house for lunch and the rest of the day. They have a lovely apartment that overlooks St Etienne and a short walk up to an old medieval town that has some beautiful old, large villas. ...
... were able to let out some of the pent up energy from sitting in a car all day. We gave them our gifts and then settled in for a lovely night. Laurent, Phillipe, Sandrine are as welcoming as ever and we had a lot of fun. Laurent's girlfriend, Miriam was there too and her daughter Lauren who must have been about James' age. We made pizza, mainly Laurent and Philippe in the outdoor pizza oven and all enjoyed ...
Finally we enjoyed a full English home cooked Breakfast at 8:30am consisting of bacon, eggs, toast, cereal and fruit. We went straight back to our room for another sleep before heading for the picnic at 10:30am, however when the alarm went off, walking an hour to have a picnic in the windy rain didn't seem like such a good idea, so we slept till noon. The rest of the day was pretty relaxing with lollies, chips, friends and alcohol. ...
We were up early and headed for the French Wine Region of Beaujolais. After being sullied the night before, everyone slept and some even threw up (aka Big Ben) which was very unpleasant on the bus. We ran around the town of F(can't remember)....... searching for dress up outfits for our 'P' party that night and enjoyed a delicious baguette. After 1 more stop and a total of 7 hours driving we arrived at the Chateau and checked into our very small room, ...