Chateau le Corvier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... truly a gourmet meal and we left feeling satisfied but not over-filled as is often the case at North American restaurants. Our final stop for the day was a field of sunflowers in our way home to take some beautiful sunset shots. Day 2 we decided to do something different. We borrow a couple of bikes from our host and hit the trails. There are many bicycles paths in the area and I think we would need a couple of weeks to explore them all. We rode amongst the ...
Half a bottle of cough mixture consumed and I managed to sleep a bit better. Not cough free but at least I didn't abandon the tent. We are a bit indecisive where to go today, so started researching and now have found out that DFDS have suspended Calais to Dover sailings and we will have to go Dunkirk to Dover. Are the roads to Dunkirk going to be congested ? Shall we stay nearer Dunkirk? Toll roads or non toll roads? We kept changing our mind but set off and had to get round the ...
... we would visit the Louvre when we return to Paris in a few weeks. I'm looking forward to that, and after visiting Egypt I'm keen to see some of the Egyptian artefacts within.
We wandered around the flea market for a while and enjoyed some Nougat before heading off towards Mereau. We really enjoyed driving through the rain on the quiet back roads with all the lovely green birch forests. Very pretty.
We arrived at our accommodation just ...
... decked out with antiques and old period furniture. Once again we were on the first floor so had to lug the bags up but we had a beautiful outlook over the courtyard garden. Unfortunately we are still getting rain and it is quite overcast.
The owners, Annie & Andre were lovely people and the duck he prepared was magnifique. Green pepper sauce and three fruits; peach, prune & apple. Deliciocious.
We had a very special surprise here as our nephew Robert popped ...
... after Orleans where there was a riverside campsite.
A short distance out of Orleans, we crossed another bridge back to the south side of the river, had a picnic lunch stop and then cycled through a big recreational area of at least a half dozen km.of lakes, the vélo route running between them and the river. One of the things that makes the Loire such a fascinating river to cycle, it how it twists and turns like a big green- brown snake, with many islands and ...