Ibis Moulins Sud
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... tolled several times, calling for Mass, adding great atmosphere to our walk.
Most of the buildings in Saint-Aignan date from the 15th and 16th centuries, though the cathedral and chateau that dominate the town's skyline date from far earlier than that. The town is off the beaten tourist path, so, while you do so some tourists walking its streets, there are far more locals ...
... some larger towns and got acquainted with the French toll road system, which, after you get used to it, isn't too difficult to deal with. What is difficult to deal with is how expensive driving on the toll roads is. We ended up spending somewhere around 35 Euros (around $48.00 US) in tolls, all told.
See you tomorrow, after we are in ...
Our travels in Latin America have come to an end and here we are, back home in St Cyran du Jambot. Spring is in full swing, the sun is shining between those 'April' showers, the pool is crystal clear (at last!) and life returns to normal. Not so bad, really!
In between weeding, planting and weeding again, I am more than busy promoting my book Beneath African Skies (this link ...
make up for the lack of Magic yesterday we went to the Beauval Zoo!!!
Whooppee! I must admit, had it not been the major draw of there being
Sloths we probably would of bypassed, but this was too good to refuse
and made for a lovely Valentines!! Once again we practically had the
place to ourselves, and most animals were in their indoor enclosures
and curious as to their visitors so we really got up close ...
to the lovely Blois this morning, although it was a little
disappointing as the 'Musee de Magic' was not open. Should have never
told Ella about it as it got her excited! (It was the former home of
the French 'Houdin' who the American Houdini got his name from. But
we ended up exploring all the quiet backstreets of Blois, very quiet
and built into the hills so many ...