So, remember how I mentioned we were staying in a chateau of our own on Day 9? Coincidentally, we were still there on Day 10. That’s what happens when you stay there for a night. 🙂 This place, chateau de Quengo, was delightful. It was an old family home kept by a sweet couple named Alfred & Ann, both of whom spoke terrific English. Ann gave us a tour of our rooms (we were staying in the Blue Room), and we were joined by Frou Frou, who has clearly done the whole “welcome the guests” thing before.
Ann made us tea and told us stories of the history of the house. It could have been burned by Germans when they occupied France, but it wasn’t, and so it’s stayed in the family. The next morning, despite being ill, Alfred served us a yummy breakfast and we talked music…
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