Premiere Classe Bourges
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... flat with big bays and new pump out etc, although the water is switched off. There is one French MH already there.
There are lots of dog walkers and fishermen around the large lake with 2 big islands in the middle.
It is starting to get dusky as we go for a walk and threatening to rain. We saw lots of swans and moorhens ...
As we drove yesterday we changed our minds and headed to an old haunt we have enjoyed in the past to shorten the journey and it was a pleasant drive along an ancient canal parallel to the Cher river with nice stops, one for lunch! We arrived and hooked up to the electricity and opened the wine, a Macon Village this time, probably colder than recommended but we prefer it like that in this ...
... end product. A little like sailing.
Back onto the bus for 1.5 hours to Bourges, a little village with buildings dating back to 1400. This was one of the few areas in France with structures this old because it was not bombed during the war. In most areas old Roman walls were dismantled and the stone used to construct new walls or buildings. But in Bourges people built their homes directly in the Roman walls which were 30' thick by removing ...
... we got a slot all right. After dinner, we walked up to see the Cathedral only to discover that it is in a beautiful park where there was music being played in the Bandstand and two temporary dance floors on the grass! What a lovely surprise.
All these people dancing! We had a couple of beers whilst we watched them all. A truly lovely evening.
Again, we had a good sleep and finally awoke to a ...
... 3000 feet tall, but they take our breath away. The tortuous path past vertical rock faces reminds us of the Parkway through the Rocky Mountains. There is Alpine pasture here and Lois returns to her long term obsession: what would the cheese that Heidi's grandfather have made tasted like? Round Puy, there are dozens of granite domes, apparently the remnants of volcanic cones. Each has a castle or church on the very top. Given Dali's ...