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... shop which is very much like a smoke shop and bar all on one so we sat down and had coffee after telling them how to make a machiato!
The four of us went our own way and met up at the Hyper U later when Josine picked us up with all our goodies.
Later that afternoon Mick the Yorkshire man , and I went to work in the Chateau kitchen to make a beef burgundy casserole for dinner. We ...
... with overgrown Ivy strangling the trees. Kevin and Mick have been giving this their attention. The old rose bushes and shrubs around the Chateau have had a haircut also thanks to us Helpex workers.
Mick is a structural engineer so he has been able to fix important equipment like sharpening mower blades which are pulled behind the tractor, fixing the dryers ,the oven and one of Joesine's nice antique lamps.
... and to my surprise I ended up with a French favorite ,TRIPE! God help me here how the hell this happened I did not expect this! We just had to ask what we were eating cos It sure smelt different
And I could not get it past my sense of smell! Mum was right, she hated tripe AND SO DO I. My main course was absolutely amazing though, Duck cooked on an open fire! It was incredible and definitely made up for ...
Robyn at Angers castle.
From the website:
The original fortress at Angers was constructed because of the strategic position next to the Maine River, in a position that was earlier occupied by the Romans for the same reason.
Much of the current chateau was constructed in the early 13th century, between 1230 and 1240, by Saint Luois after his grandfather Philip II had captured the region from the English. For the following centuries it remained an ...
... idyllic park of more than 11 ha, Coutancière allows you to discover the charm and history of the Loire Valley:
- the Royal Abbey of Fontevraud;
-the historical cities of Saumur, Chinon and Tours;
-the many châteaux and vineyards of the Loire Valley are at short distance.