Le Chateau du Clos de la Ribaudiere
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... adventure in food though. I left my hotel around 1pm cuz the museum I was visiting didn’t open till 2pm. I wandered around for 45 minutes hoping to find a place that sold sandwiches so that I could easily snag one and find a place to eat. Unfortunately, they were all closed. So, finally I found a Bistro and screwed up my courage. Communicating over food is much more difficult than one would imagine. Anyway, in I go and I immediately realize that I am too underdressed for ...
... not being able to progress farther because the music was beautiful and created a wonderful ambiance. I don’t know if you can see the gargoyles in picture #5 but they are kinda neat. On is holding its stomach as though it is vomiting water. The other is holding its throat.
The final church I stopped by was Eglise Ste-Radegonde and that was entirely on accident (pic 6). I got sorta lost. It was the kind of a “lost on purpose” sort ...
... point was the Eglise. The inside was a masterpiece of painting. It made no pretence of being artistically wonderful, but all the same, it was magnificent. A joy to behold.
And in the new town, a Saturday morning market. A real everyday French market. Stalls with everyday needs - food, clothes, shoes and handbags. And hugely busy. The French were shopping for the week.
Tomorrow we start the last lap - the meander up to Calais, past Paris and avoiding illegal ...
... the islands and several rum-based drinks. Each was explained and put in context which added a great deal to the pleasure of the tasting.
We also had several coach excursions organized to the several different sites of interest in the area. These included the ancient fortress town of Chauvigny with its multiple castles and a collection of live birds of prey including ...
Left Arromanches about 9.30am and drive through Bayeux onto Rennes where we lunched at the Golden Arches, purely because they had the convenience of food and toilets at the same venue.
After lunch we continued on, mostly on the motorway, however Madam Navman did lead us astray every now and then and we did drive through some small villages and countryside as we tried to skirt around the bigger cities.
Arrived at Poitiers at 4.30 pm, only 465 kms covered all up, ...