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Travel Blogs from Vouzon
... going up and down and
wonderfully preserved stately homes. Let down by the Musee we took
Ella to mcDonalds for Lunch and a Play...and of course free internet!
We were hoping to find a campsite tonight (as I smell) and found one
called 'Camping Ch-ti'mi'... And I think it was a joke as it was
really 'Camping ******** me' as we could not find it ANYWHERE! So the
Aires again it was!
A really good night's sleep ended with a drizzly morning. It was a day of showers and sunshine with some heavy rain thrown in.
And the sensor light reappeared. Just about the same area as last year, it lit up. We are used to it - it will get done again when we get home, but until then we carry on as normal.
And then the news on twitter and Facebook that the school would be closed ...
... that I don't know French and I'm Australian. He turns to the children and has an animated conversation with them then they all start bowing madam,,,,madam was funny, They seemed to like that I was an Aussie held me in awe - too funny! No time to explore the gardens here, it took a whole 1.5 hours just to get around the chateaux. Back in the bus and everyone on time, off to the final chateaux for the day, Chenonceau. Just when you think, am tired, a bit over trying to do ...
... We also went for a drive to Gien to have a look around and from there to Briare. It was very interesting as it has a canal bridge that crosses over the Loire River large enough to carry tourist boats and barges. The Pont Canal bridge was built with the help of Eiffel (Tower) back in 1890-94 is 662 metres long and has a footpath on either side.
Electric lights were in use across the bridge while the town was still lit by gas ...
Tuesday we spent by bus to Southampton, where I got hopelessly lost in the Quay West shopping centre, saw every level of the undeground car park with no pedestrian exit!! Got out eventually and walked down to the "old town. Original city gateand part of the wall with observation towers, amazing history.
Half a descent day wethyer wise, we finished the day back at Gunwharf in the The Old Customs House pub, where else with 13 Gremans in tow.!!
Had a ...