Moulin de Flagy
Travel Blogs from Flagy
... Martha (this wouldn't be the first time France gets to see Jens Mammary Glands). We had a hot guy sitting opposite to us, and an obnoxious girl (with obvious sinus problems) sat beside us. Jen sung a rendition of "Love Machine" by Girls Aloud but aptly changed the lyrics to "Milk Machine" to relate to her current milk-machine requirements. Plenty of people to watch & observe; plenty of giggles! We arrived in Paris and were welcomed by rain. ...
... owned by Copabella Sport horses and originally
imported by Vicki Roycroft). So good to see an Aussie owned stallion getting a
look in at an international auction.
On the general day to day stable life I was left on my own
for 4 days as Bapstiste, Edouard and their grooms Manu and Clara went to a show
in Normandy. Having to muck out and do everything alone gives you a real
appreciation of the hard work that goes on at these places ...
... station and he took us into the town as he needed to pick up some groceries. It was a gorgeous little town with a river running through it. They call it "Petite Venice du Gatinais" because it's like a little Venice.
We arrived at Ben's family home in Villemandeur and he introduced us to his parents, Jean-Pierre and Denise (Frank's cousin), their daughter Judith, her husband Nicholas and we can't forget their bulldog, ...
... home made lasagna
8:53pm Leave Brie to return to the hotel in Paris
10:00pm Discover back at the hotel that the lovely ladies from Detroit had left me some Pizza that they had for dinner
Hearing about the needs in France
Visit to Eglise de la Brie and seeing the work being done
Awesome lasagna by Kim in the evening and eating together
Coming home to Pizza from the ladies from the Detroit
... We then headed downstairs thinking that perhaps the tour was over. We were very glad to find out that there were more rooms to view and these were very lavish. There was a games room, Louis XIV’s room and antechamber and a variety of other rooms, all with elaborate decoration and amazing ceilings. We passed through one room which was circular and had an incredible dome. Unfortunately the dome’s painting was never completed. There were busts of Roman ...