We were pleasantly surprised at the charm of this sleepy little village. Not many of the shops were open, but we did find a small restaurant filled with locals to have an early dinner.
There were little signs all throughout the park explaining the history of the village.
The grounds were immaculate. I found myself taking frequent, deep breaths, trying to inhale as much outside air as possible (even polluted outside air feels better than stale recycled airplane air).
Sweet cobblestone streets and lovely old homes with abundant flower pots, boxes, and gardens.
Most importantly, this little monkey was able to swing around a bit before bed and the long flight home early in the am.
One more post from our European getaway coming at you later this week.
Then it's back to HOUSE stuff, I need a fix!!
Happy Monday all.