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... Museum Marmottan.
The TGV train ride was an experience. I took a short video of the train going 300+ mph. One of the videos you can hear the little girl screaming in the background. She did this for most of the journey -- thank God for Mp3 players, but I could only turn it up loud enough to smother the sound, not drown it out. Oh well, the journey went ...
... with so little lee way, so every time a car came towards me I edged right to the side and stopped and then when it had squeezed past I shot forward to get as far as I could before the next car. This really irritated the French but at least I got across with no accidents. I found the island easily and the site which I realised I hadn't visited before. Despite the fact it was pretty full I was allocated a very spacious pitch next to ...
... facility and ended with a tasting and - you guessed it - some purchases. But, even the boys found it fascinating. After tasting some other wines of the Saumur region, I still give the thumbs up to the Gratien & Meyer products as the best. Look for a Saumur sparkling white in Oz for a fine alternative to champagne.
We hired canoes, got driven 5km upstream and given two hours to paddle back. I loved it.
... and roasted and mashed potatoes on the side. It was a flavour sensation particularly because a bottle of red wine was used which costed â‚¬1.60. Wine ain't dear here!
Only 1 day to go before we pick up the rental car and drive off on Thursday down towards the south of France for 7 nights . We have been talking to the well informed Yorkshireman for all his advice on the area as ...
... the bell rings and we all come to help get it set up at a sunny table outside the Chateau kitchen. We then do dishes and return to our tasks for another few hours usually finishing up around four.
We will grab the bikes and go riding through the country roads ,so narrow ,to the local store for private supplies of wine, dark French chocolate, cheese ( the real thing all stinky and oozing out the packet and tastes so good), fruit and ...