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I actually forgot until I went out to dinner tonight and saw all the cute kids dressed up. From what I was told, Halloween isn't a bit deal in France but from what I see, it sure seems to be a major holiday.
Today I was in Lille, France which no one has heard of and yet, it’s a giant city. Its center reminded me a lot of Ashland where it has great little shops, neat stone ...
... a very beautiful Châteaux called Châteaux Chenonceau.
The place is huge with fantastic gardens and out buildings ( they employ 10 full time gardeners) and the châteaux spans the river. It was gorgeous and I loved it. We went through the actual Châteaux which has rooms filled with beautiful fresh flowers and antique furniture and then wandered the gardens and grounds.
After visiting the Châteaux ...
... bridge to cross the river to continue on our way. We had just travelled 10km through straight farm roads to get to this point, the odometer was at 55km and we did not want to turn back. Then we saw a person on a small boat that was chained to each side of the river pulling himself and his bike across the river. I could not believe our luck, once again a solution to our dilemma arrived just when we needed it. We continued on and encountered a park with shale ...
... and it was easy to feel like you could step back in history. The kitchens in particular - although not furnished - had that history feel about them - so easy to imagine people working there and going about their daily lives.
We also discovered that in the grounds was an actual farm, which I am not sure was either a reconstruction of the original or a restoration based on what was left. Not that it mattered - we had fun looking around and ...
... I discovered that in France, they don't have a tooth fairy. It's a mouse. And in Greece, the tooth fairy is actually a bird. Other nationalities that were represented - English, Irish, Romanian, American, Austrian - all have tooth fairies. Now I found that interesting. That kind of conversation - learning about other countries - is way more interesting than some of the stuff we've done so far.
I am also not a fan of ...