Day in the Country and Lunch on Me! Villette D'Ain.

I took my husband out for lunch yesterday in a typical old village auberge … we walked a little afterwards.
We'll be going again …entrée, main course,and dessert with 2dc of wine each and a coffee …28 euros for both of us and every course was home-made and delicious.

The local church

Photo taken from the war memorial …every village has one.

Little old restaurant.

Dedans ( Inside)

Hello from me …Husband obliged with the camera, but not the lighting!

Any improvement? :-)

Un lavoir

In days gone by clothes etc. were washed here.

On the left hand side their is a stone seat for good ole natter ….

One for Graham …what the hell is this?

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    • # Artbee

      Lovely old church and a quaint little hide-a-way for lunch. Now that's the way to "treat" your man...:) I have no idea what 28 euros are in Canadian currency. Sounds like you got a lot for your euros though. The machine in the last pic is for creating business for the tire

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    • # Jacki

      So when do I show up for lunch? Great shots, what a terrific little town!

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    • # Evalizette Hansson Nordstrã¶M

      Hello Mxx "Waves" !!
      Looks like a great day out having lunch but you should smile haha
      and yes what the hell is that?? Looks like a torture machine!
      Great pictures on the buildings

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    • # Tomie Poodle

      une charmante journée que tu partages avec nous!
      l'église est bien différente des églises bretonnes!
      bon WE Mx!

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