Kyriad Montargis - Amilly
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... book and it didn't see the light of day. I also brought my own lunch - pilfered from breakfast this morning - and that was surprisingly yummy.
Disneyland Paris was a revelation - clean, well laid out, manicured and easy to navigate. My companions for the day were 10 Duncraig students and they let me share the fun. First stop was the purchase of the requisite minnie mouse ears and these were not taken off till we ...
... pears with chocolate sauce) and ice cream.
Eight americans (all know one another), three are couples plus two women, one single and one travelling without her husband. Robyn and Paul, Ruth and Phil, Roberta and Jules, Lorraine, Faith.
Five Australians and one English woman, also a group. Jilly and Alan, Denise, Ros, Cecil (Ces), Jenny.
Three kiwis, us and ...
... know where we were going in Orleans, we did have an address of a car park but it was full so we started aimlessly driving and very luckily found a spot straight away. Jess did some ninja parking to get us into a nice tight space and then we were ready to go. We walked to the centre of town where there is a statue of Joan on her horse with very little else so we took a few photos and then set off to ...
... her moving up and down the quay side because the river is a working river with the big industrial barges going up and down in the evening causing waves and after shock waves long after they have passed by. When you get 2 going in opposite directions well you can imagine the disturbance. Everything calmed down after 8.30 because the locks were closed so we relaxed, read and listened to the rain and a bit of grumbling thunder some miles away, to lull us to ...
... We saw lots of deer, herons, wagtails, kestrels and hawks. The absolute highlight was seeing TWO European beavers (they are slightly different from the variety back home) running (yes they do run and rather fast!) back to the water from the nearby field. This was quite a sighting since there are only about 7000 European beavers left in France, and we spotted two of them! Not as exciting were all the bloated remains of animals (deer, foxes, cats, and ...