Kyriad Montargis Amilly
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... to the latest in poly
carbonate from the local petro chemical
industry. But uniformly in dull boring colours, as a background and
highlighting the now over ripe bananas in the
We wait patiently with a growing hunger
and a burning desire to interrupt
Fawlty to ask her if I can use a phone to
call Mr P.
Her clattering ...
... and total block out blind.
A pair of velocipedes on the back and a boxing kangaroo in the back window.
Then there’s the man cave - underneath about
one third of the area is a storage area. Full of stuff from snow chains to an air compressor
and tools ranging from a multimeter to a
hacksaw and spanners to a pop rivet gun.
We are dropped right in it. La belle France that is.
In lots of other foreign lands, such as in north America or in more developed parts of south east Asia , the cities and towns don't offer such an architectural challenge to the eyes. Here in Sens and in the whole of central France it seems all the buildings – not just a majority of 90% - are at least pre colonial.
Wednesday 9th July 2014
It was another lazy start, but productive, in as much as we completed blog write ups, Isi then typed them up and sorted photos and went over to the Capitainerie to publish, as John went off to find some shopping. He came back with a baguette and a very expensive cheese from the brand new Fromargerie we saw yesterday. There were samples on the counter for him to try and it was just so nice he bought some, ...
... an interesting place but we had another stop to make before Briare, our destination for the night.
St. Brisson-sur-Loire, a small village beyond Gian, has an old château, built by the Sancerre family (we'll be in Sancerre in 2 days) in the early 13th century on the site of a 12th-century construction. It was a good place to take a break. they have reproductions of medieval weaponry there - trébuchets and such - that they demonstrate, but no rock-hurling ...