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This morning we slept in as there was no rush. We didn't get out the door until after 11a.m., but our drive was short. Our first stop of the day was the little town of Les Andelys and Chateau Gaillard. Chateau Gaillard is really a castle, not a French chateau, built by King Richard (the Lion Heart) in the late 1100's. It is pretty much of a ruin now, but it ...
In the morning on Wednesday, we got up early. We left our house at 9:00 am to catch the metro to St. Lazare station where we met our Fat bike tour group to catch the train to a little town called Vernon, the place where we picked up our bikes. It took 45 mins to get to Vernon from Paris where we collected our bikes. On the tour there was another Australian family who surprisingly live in Melbourne in Brighton. In the family there were two children Hugo and Bonnie. The ...
... river. Rick told us the basics of what we'd need to have a traditional French picnic: Cheese, baguettes, deli meats and pâté, wine/cider (or in our case sparkling fruit juice) and a sweet pastry. He pointed out the best boulangerie, his favourite fromagerie and gave us some tips on what "in season" things to try. Being in "apple land" as he called it and being in apple season he suggested trying something with apples. So off we went, 2 ...
... you get a chance to pick a copy up off Amazon, it is Love and War in the Pyrenees by Rosemary Bailey.
So now we do the jokes about Madame Eclusier being in the Resistance and her brother running the local fish shop – It is I, Leclerc! Listen very carefully, I will say this only once etc. We did watch the animated film Flushed Away the other night where the London Toad calls on the French Frogs to retrieve a key to ...
Yesterday I started my day by heading out to Versailles palace (in the rain, but apparently the weather is not going to improve for the rest of the week, so on I trundle). Invested in another umbrella as my one from Zurich couldn't handle the wind in Venice and London and broke, and went to the palace. It's a really incredible place with the most amazing rooms and silver objects d'art and furnature etc etc etc. I walked through the gardens in the rain and after ...