Les Jardins de l'Anjou
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... the proffered ticket out of the machine. It took a couple of offers and retracts by then machine for me to twig, it looked like it was saying " Another foreigner, Henri. Quelle stupid! ***** just take the ticket!!!" Which I eventually did and the barrier flung up and I was off.
I had left Aubergenville around 9:30 and stopped for a coffee and apple pastry near Le Mans before continuing down to the city of Angers, where I was to meet Julie my host for the night. Angers is ...
French sounds so pretty sometimes. Which is why I've called this blog post what it's called...from afternoon til nightfall/dusk...it just sounds prettier in French, haha.
Anyway, I went to Angers today! I'm getting used to coming back after a day out and chilling in this house by myself - not good. But no, I am looking forward to the fam coming back tomorrow.
Anyway, yes, I went to Angers from half ...
... France pour rencontrer Vincent, leur colocataire de l’époque à
Montréal !!! Faut de toute façon que je vienne en France si je veux
assister à des mariages… ou en Serbie, ou ailleurs, parce qu'au Québec, ya définitivement une pénurie lol.
(bah je serai pas la prochaine non plus, alors j’ai rien à dire lol)
Bref, ce mariage était tout à l’image de mes
deux amis voyageurs qui, dans les ...
Had an early start and the euro tunnel journey was really straight forward. It only took 30 mins to get to Calais, much better than taking the ferry. It was so windy today I would have been throwing up all over the show. Enroute to Angers was wet and windy but we managed to avoid the worst of it. It was a long drive today, about six hours. We had a ...
... close to the work that had so moved him and after his death in 1967 the city acquired the tapestries from his wife and created the Musee Jean Lurcat in a beautifully restored Gothic hospital.
The tapestries are huge and incredibly detailed, weaving a story through them from La Grande Menace symbolising the threat ...