Jeanne and Mary Ellen kept us in line with a smile.
Muriel was our tour guide through the old town area and the Antoine Bartholdi Museum.
Lots of fascinating information about the local history and the architecture. For a quilter there were colors, designs and patterns every where!
Charming, charming, charming!
Muriel took us through a farmers market and you had better believe that we went back during our free time.
Did someone say, "I only pray to Cheeses?". I am in cheese heaven!
Look at these cobble stones...like the Stonehenge fabrics!
And look at this fabulous metal sculpture on a door.
We made our way to the Antoine Bartholdi museum...does he sound familiar? The creator of the Statue of Liberty! I loved this piece of historical information, these side tour have been wonderful.
Here is Robin telling the ear a secret. This is a replica of the Statue of Liberty's ear but at half scale!
On some days we are on our own for lunch and dinner but tonight is a group dinner. Jeanne must be wanting to feed us well...get us tucked in...because tomorrow is...Quilt Show!!!
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