Mister Bed Orleans Olivet
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... turned into evening we were sitting munching away on our evening meal of pasta and a rather nice cheesy French sauce, with slices of this lunchtimes left over huge mutant baguette, having sipped a couple of cold ones and opened a bottle of France's finest (well cheap plonk) when we heard him ask, I think it's about time for a beer, ooooo yes please she replied but could I also have a carrot, Andy nearly spat his wine out and I ...
... taking to get to Paris as we had left Poitiers early in the am and did not get to Paris until mid afternoon. We past a few castles and lots of crops, future croissants and baguettes! In the end there was a bit of chanting and clapping of "Paris" (clap, clap, clap) coming from the back if the bus, and you don't have to be Einstein to know who instigated that!
We were awarded medals for ...
... 8217;t make them go any faster unfortunately.
We exited Versailles, quite wet as it hadn’t stopped raining the whole time. We stood in the carpark looking around as we weren’t sure where Michael and Kyria were. Then we saw Michael running towards us. He said they had been parked down by the road for the last 20 – 30 minutes. I was glad they hadn’t waited for too long.
According to the doctor Kyria had bronchitis so he had given her ...
... happening the nights we were here, we moved on and got settled into the hotel.
The next day we hit the road as early as we could - 11:00 am. We stopped briefly at a town along the way which had a farmers market and picked up some fruit and veggies for the drive. The plan was to visit to the 2 big castles of the Loire valley - Chenonceau and Chambord. We first went to Chenonceau since it is the more unique of the two. Unique because a part of it spans a ...
Thankfully this morning started off a bit cooler, and we even had a bit of drizzle to start with. Charlie and I had not yet had our fill of chateaux, so we went off to the supremely graceful Chateau de Cheverny, thought by many to be the most perfectly proportioned chateau of all. Constructed between 1625-34, and built from gleaming stone from nearby quarries, it is one of the few chateaux whose original architecture has survived the centuries practically unchanged. The interior ...