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... a French registered and an English one.
We needed water in the morning so walked around to the Boulangerie to get some jetons (tokens) for the borne for the water. Bought a couple of lovely raspberry tarts while there. When we got back we chatted to the English chap until it got too cold to stand outside although I think he would have talked longer.
I tried to read after dinner but was so tired that I fell asleep. Must have been all ...
Tuesday & Wednesday, Amboise, Loire Valley: We visited three popular chateaus of the kings of France at Villandry, Chambord, and Chenonceau. Amazing gardens & architecture, the crown jewels of the Loire Valley. Some great wine tasting at a local vineyard followed up with a traditional French meal of escargots and lamb at a beautiful restaurant in a limestone cave. Thursday & Friday, Paris: Back to Paris for the last two days of the SmarTour. Another great meal of ...
A bit of back and forth reattaching the awning but we eventually cracked it! Then delish barbie of chicken and steak and bits before Sherlock Holmes movie and sleepy bed! Toilet breaks were enhanced by the beautifully clear sky and the very nearly full moon. Thursday The original plan for today was to visit the gardens in Villandry. But an annoyingly early wake up ...
... with only a 5amp electricity hookup, this means no hairdryer. The advantage to Kathleen is she has an hour more of each day to do other things, but withdrawal symptoms are becoming apparent.
To help get her through today, she was able to use the hair ...
... to the town. It was much larger than we realised, with lots of very old buildings, some nearly falling down that were propped up by wooden structures similar to the one we saw in the church at Mouliherne. We found the Basilica de Notre Dame and spent a while looking at all the lovely paintings and stained –glass windows, then the Tourist Office for a map and found out about the Museum which housed all the lace stuff. Armed with all the info we tried to find ...