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Hello all! There isn't much to tell of this week, I have been sick so no school pour moi. Just the flu, thankfully nothing serious - it's not surprising though as everyone is sick in this weather. My days have been fulfilled with watching TV, Friends and Glee is on between 11:30 and 1:30 so I flick between the channels to watch them both :). Apart from tht I ...
The temperature has been very very cold. The maximum is about 5 every day,sometimes 3-4. The minimum -2 to 3. At the moment the sun is out (the first time I have seen it) and it looks like a normal Australian day from inside...until you go outside and it's 3 degrees.
I wear 2 pairs of stockings and a pair of jeans, an undershirt, a long sleeve top and a jacket and then a big ...
... first day of rain, (probably since Edinburgh!), so we only had short walk in town before back to the hotel to read and for me to write this travel blog.
Tomorrow we take the big highways and some toll roads towards Paris. First to Orly Airport to drop the car off, then into the heart of Paris to the apartment which will our home for a few days.
I wanted to add 'my impressions of France':
We have again really enjoyed ...
... all pretty amazing. We then drove home along the side if the river Loire. Which was a great drive. Geoff even enjoys driving in France now. The worry is that he is starting to think he knows better than Gypsy our gps so who knows where we are going to end up. Even Gypsy was starting to get herself confused by the time we got home. 30/9/2014 Tuesday It was very foggy when we got up this morning even though it wasn't exactly early! But we still chateauxed on. First ...
... filled with firewood, hiding the fact it was a chapel so the Revolutionists would not destroy it.
Another lady of note was Simone Menier. During WW1, the chateau's two large galleries (built on the bridge part) were used as a hospital funded by her family, ( Menier chocolate factory). She also carried out numerous actions for the Resistance in WW2. In WW2, the River Cher formed the boundary between occupied France and given the Chateau is built in ...