Chateau de Courtebotte
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I am having to start a new blog as the old one isn't working properly. Maybe it is full or it's just decided to play up. Anyway we'll see if this works! This morning we set of for Fontevraud L'Abbaye but we got a little waylaid at Candes-st Martin which was the little village where le fleuves Vienne and la Loire meet. It is also the place where St Martin died. His body then got stolen & taken to Tours but Candes-St Martin is a bit if a pilgrimage place too. This is a ...
... essentially consist of undisturbed beautiful architecture and it is amazing to look around a town almost complete with these buildings in such good condition.
The other thing things that Bordeaux offers is great boutique, fashion and food shopping. We spend the remainder of the day and evening looking at the shops and sampling some of the yummy wine the region has to offer!
... A fabulous city. Wonderful shops, magnificent buildings and a couple of quirky items. The mirror d'eau (water mirror) was amazing. A wet pavement where you can walk or play which is misted at regular intervals. And the blue lion - why? But an amazing place to see. Even the cafe creme was excellent. And back to the campsite in the rush hour. The trams were packed - like sardines, and the roads were heaving. Hot showers and a cooked meal were the day's ...
It wasn't a cold night! A damp morning meant that it was fairly warm. The tap at the aire did not fit any of my connectors, so it was the aquaroll. We planned to get to Preignac. When we arrived, the aire was bollarded off and the water had been shut off. Presumably only open until end of September. So we went further along the Garonne to Cadillac. Small aire intended for 8 vans. Of course the French snuck more in, by parking ...
We woke up to rain for the first time on the trip. We shouldn't complain but it was a bit difficult to take. We took breakfast in our favourite wet weather spot (the wash room!). It had stopped raining in time to take down the tents and set off along the canal. We had eventful first few miles, firstly a "deviation" due to road works on the canal bike path. Shortly after re-joining the path there was another "route barre" sign ...