Chateau de Chambiers
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... ago, but didn't get to Utah Beach as it is separate from the others.
We had a lovely journey northwards and as the day went on the weather improved.
We tried not to repeat our journey down in May, but had to go around Laval, then through Ernee - a nice little town with lovely floral displays
. We then went round ...
... and hotter, and by the evening we had the usual thunderstorm. we had also found out that the forecast was for rain for the next few days.
The rain let up enough for us to go for a walk in the evening, but then started again and was still pouring down when we went to bed.
... an 'e' this time.
We stopped at a very nice MH aire at Longues Jumelles a few miles past Saumur to have lunch.
We didn't stop at Saumur as we stayed there several years ago when we had the caravan and 'did' the Chateaux in that part of the Loire valley. While we were in the Aire we were joined by 3 MH's ...
... no doubt they are used to it. It was quite a long day of driving (300kms) as we now only have three and a half days left in this beautiful country and we needed to get further up towards Callais. Another France passion site was our choice for the night and top of the page for the area was the property of Jean-luc and Jean-Albert Mary who are third generation growers of vineyards and makers of their own wine and ...
... Apocalypse in the city's château and the 20th-century Chant du Monde at the Jean Lurçat museum. A bustling old town, with many pedestrianised streets and a thriving café culture, makes it a good western gateway to the Loire Valley." Quoted from the Lonely Planet. It is certainly busy and is the biggest city we have visited since Lyon. And being a big place we were unsure what to visit first, so went for a ride on the Petit train, another one of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking