Chateau le Corvier
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A great night with electricity, makes a difference, a DVD and super food. Floods in the MH this morning from somewhere, sorted now and no problem. Heading to Marbouie in the rain. A lovely drive along minor roads with evidence of coypu, boar and deer in the forests and by the road ...
... as a hunting lodge for Francis I and changed hands several times it seems because apparently it was somewhat challenging to live in – very cold in winter and heaps of mossies in summer! It was a very cold castle to walk around on a cold day.
... Chambord and it is the most beautiful house I have ever seen we spend about two hours exploring all the rooms and reading about the castle I take hundreds of photos. Next we head to Ambroise it's such a pretty little town, we visit the house where De Vincci spent his last few years, it's very interesting I had no idea he was an inventor I assumed all he ...
... conductor to make sure we got on the right one turns out we were going in the wrong direction and we were supposed to buy a new ticket as the one from the airport wasn't transferable or something so we jump off at the next stop go around to the other platform and jump on the correct train, we play stupid tourist to get out of the station with our incorrect tickets and find the intercity train section. I try to sleep on the train to Orleans and maybe get about 20mins, we ...
Left Nevers never to return ... Bought baguette & croissants on the way out then tried to get to a chateau. Mis-judged the distance to #1 by 100 km so went to #2 - Chateau de Cheveny. It is still owned by the family, but was opened to the public in 1922. Had lunch by the pond watching two white swans play. Then to Chambord, the King's hunting lodge commenced well prior to the French Revolution by Francis I, and finished 100 years later. ...