Hotel des Voyageurs
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- Free parking
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... and found a solution involving some belts a bed sheet and a beach towel. Armed with an array of belts and large pieces of material we set off. Unfortunately after taking a few wrong exits on the freeway we decided that it was raining so hard that a walk in the forest with 5 kids without any rain gear was going to be pretty miserable. So we decided to head home instead with a stop by 'top office' shop for some craft supplies to supplement rainy ...
... he owns his own business installing filtering systems for sewerage as an alternative to septic tanks). After Rosie woke we headed into the village of Sevingnac (abbreviated to 'Sev' by the Australian kids in only 5 days - despite the fact that apparently it took the Bretons 300 years to abbreviate it to Sevigna). We saw the kids school, checked out the local ...
... very well for kids). Then it was time for the 11 adults to eat. Benoit's parents, his brother and sister in law, an uncle and two aunts, kat and Benoit and us. Food was delicious including a real fondue (apparently made with the cheese that is too old for eating), frois gras, and gateau pomme-de-terre 'potato cake' (potatoes and cream cooked in pastry). Delicious wine also enjoyed thanks to Benoit's father. Benoit's aunt speaks excellent English so we were able ...
This morning we stayed sound the house and kids played while adults caught up on washing, etc. Charlotte and Mae spent considerable time planning their matching outfits for the next two days and then abandoning them for dress-ups anyway. Flynn played with lego whilst Rosie amused herself climbing up and down the stairs carrying toy kitchen utensils. We went to buy some supplies ...
Another leisurely morning hanging out with the cook-Marshall's in Angouleme before setting off for the next stage of our journey. Drove to Nantes where we went to see 'Le Grand Elephant' a giant mechanical elephant that people can ride on (if you're willing to wait 4 hours for your turn). It is quite a sight and squirts water at the crowds of ...