Day 32    

  Once you walk a few meters away from the main roads then it's peaceful again, we walked along the stream and back up the trail to the house.

  Around noon we left to eat at a restaurant. Paul's favorite was closed because the owners have kids and in France, on Wednesday afternoons, that's when kids have an afternoon off, family is important so it was closed and we went to Le Plumardiere in a village a few kilometers down the road.
 
  I had a starter of avocado with shrimp and a few lettuce greens, after my pamplemousse (pink grapefruit juice) and then the frogs legs arrived along with the wine of the region, a 1997.

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The non-car, car. No license needed.
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  Everyone except for Elise ordered frog legs as a main course from the 145 F menu. But things started off with a small, cold, cantaloupe soup that was very refreshing. There's a term for this little 2 or 3 ounces of something before the appetizer which translates as "Fun for your mouth".
 
  Unusually arranged on the plate, these were on a bamboo skewer, in a nice butter, garlic and parsley sauce with some sautéed zucchini, carrots and cardouns. To accompany that there was a gratin dauphinois. >>

   

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