Thursday, 21 April 2011

Evening Walk

Yesterday evening MOH and I dropped our youngest son - nearly 17, off in the middle of nowhere for a party.
He was meeting up with some friends whohad organised a party in a 'field'. Well that was what he told us. We dropped at the place where he was told to go, then he walked to where he thought they were. When I called him 10 minutes later he had not found them, then said he had just seen them in the distance. I called him again later and he had found them - I could hear them all talking so I know he was OK!!

So, MOH and I decided to go for a wander around Loches, our nearest town. 
The weather was beautiful and really warm.

This is the entrance to the medieval part of the town where the chateau is.

This is one of the views from the top of the city. You can just see a large white marquee in the distance. this is for the Foire de Paques  ( Easter Fair) next weekend.

The next two pictures are of a lovely new shop that sells all nic nacs and expensive ones too!



Then to finish off our walk, MOH decided he wanted a kebab. there is only one kebab shop in Loches and it has a good reputation.

Here is our ekbab and chips. It cost 4.50€ and was very nice. We sat and ate it on a bench enjoying the sunshine.


This is just on our way to the car, so it is a bit darker than the others and this of one of the towers around Loches, with the river by the side.


Hope you enjoyed our evening walk.

7 comments:

Cro Magnon said...

Kebab and chips! I'm lucky if I can find snails with croutons.

Jennyta said...

Loches was one of the many chateaux I visited long ago when I was a student in Tours. Happy memories!

brendie said...

the building all look so old and full of character. thanks for the tour

Kathy said...

Oh how lovely! We've just booked our ferry for our trip to France in the summer.Can't wait!!!
I love walking round the old towns and villages in the evening!

Cro Magnon said...

Our Lab pup (that I mentioned in my comment on 'Lazing by the Pool') is now spending a few day at the vet's. He managed to eat a Processionary Caterpillar, and his tongue is a complete swollen mess. Do be very careful; Labs will eat anything!

Manchester Lass, Now and Then said...

Wonderful photos, I so enjoyed the walk. What a beautiful area to call home♥

Dmarie said...

okay, those fries and sandwich look good. as do the pics! love it when I blog makes me hungry for food and travel!