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... train travel this trip - hope it's not an omen for the Trans-Siberian Railway trip!!!!!!
It all turned out well and we arrived safely in Vernon which is the station nearest Giverny. We then had to catch a shuttle bus to take us the rest of the way and we lined up with our American friends as well as an Aussie couple who told us the story of the stuck door as it was in the carriage they were in. We all held our breath when there was a problem with ...
... and spent up in the gift shop! It was a lovely garden, obviously created to provide perhaps hundreds of perspectives and little scenes that would be pretty to paint or draw. Gaps in flower beds around the little lake, narrow avenues of tall flowering plants arranged in colour themes. And views back to the pink house with its green shutters. Even on a grey damp day there was colour and reflection and plenty of photos! Inside the house were many many paintings by friends ...
... huge cost with the promise of a passage to a better life in the UK only to be stranded in a foreign country with nothing. On the other hand the poor residents of Calais must be sick and tired of living surrounded by dozens of hungry and desperate people.
Murdered in our beds ( well we could gave been)
So, on to our first campsite via our first toll road. I had heard the toll booths were tricky to negotiate in a mh (motorhome) but ...
... is truly
spectacular. The gorgeous flowers were all out and I could really see where he
got his inspiration. Craig and Terry have been really enjoying their cycling in
the alps. Tonight Germany beat France in the soccer, which is clearly a
disappointment round here. Couldn’t get a drink anywhere – too crowded!
... spire. We went to visit an ossuary that was used during the time of the Black Plague. The buildings surrounded a gorgeous courtyard. The ornamental carving is very macabre with skulls and crossbones. This was also the site if my almost tragedy. I stepped off a stone step and my body moved forward and my shoe and leg remained behind. I hobbled for the rest of the day but all was well. Rouen was also where Joan ...