La Cote Saint Jacques
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... with the two women had brought a dog with them. The dog was peeking out from under the table!!! The dog was very cute and another table also thought this was charming. Olivier did tell the owners that they needed to get the dog under the table a few times when it got too far out but otherwise, nobody seemed to mind. I thought it was so French.
Throughout the dinner, we had told Oliver about our trip thus far and where we were going next. ...
... yogurt) with plenty of sugar and the others mostly enjoyed the local cheeses inc Epoisses which is quite strong. We were struggling by this stage but made ourselves have a light dessert - the macaron framboise was amazing! After driving back and having a rest we all had a swim in the pool - even Matthew and Mum and I - altho Matt left it a bit late so we left him and Guy to it - elaborate games (wars) with 2 noodles seemed to keep them occupied! ...
... caveman paintings. (No photos were allowed though.) When we got back, we biked to a swimming whole in the river to go swimming. We found wild blackberries too. After going swimming, we went into the town to see water jousting. It looked so cool! ...
... br> The Captain welcomed us aboard, introduced us to his crew and stowed our luggage in the appointed cabins. I was lucky in the allocation as I got a double cabin at the back of the boat. Don't know if they were trying to get rid of me but I didn't complain. The others got lovely cabins as well but just not quite as large as mine.
Supper was pleasant but not cordon blue, the wines were nice and it was pleasantly served. After supper Sheila and ...
... activity. Our next activity was horseback riding! We went on a ride through the Paris country side. The horses were really pretty but they loved the grass and hay more than the trail ride. After that, we toured wine caves and learned how the wine from the region is made. Then we cruised to the town that we were staying the night in. I think today was an amazing way to start off our barge ...