Chateau de Montriou
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We are staying here for another day. We aren't sure yet where we will go after this. But there are several places that we are considering, including Orleans, Blois and Chinon. It was a watery sun this morning. Lunch with Sue and Tony in Les Rairies. It is so good to catch up with someone who has been a friend for over 40 years. The rain started after lunch and we quickly did the shopping we needed before heading back to Monty. We found when we were at a previous aire, ...
... the village of Les Rairies. Sue and Tony have a lovely longhouse with a huge garden and two enormous dogs. Sadly for family reasons, they are planning to move to a house in Somerset. But we enjoyed catching up and tasting one of the local wines over our dinner. And we arrived back at the campsite to find another Brit motorhome parked ...
... first stop for a look accompanied by 10,000 like minded individuals no parking any where so we continued along the beautiful coast line to St Malo with 100,000 of our best friends . There was room for us fortunately and we had a pleasant walk around the ramparts , having become rather partial to a good rampart lately, the old part of town was almost completely destroyed in 1944 but was faithfully reconstructed on the original style. A couple of Islands off shore ...
... out the small town before dinner. The town was booming during the 18th century when they produced lime from the abundance of coal and limestone in the area. We walked up the hill to the cathedral, mass was about to start at 6pm and the church bells were ringing loudly while the locals streamed in. During the walk we stopped at a casual Bar/Cafe along the banks of the Loire ...
... really nice as we got to see the city through the eyes of a local. Meg showed us all her favourite places to shop, eat and grab a coffee. We also checked out a famous luxury chocolate store that specialised in the local delicacy - blue chocolate. Yes that's right it was blue. Needless to say we had to buy some to try later. Next we headed down to the river to check out the castle. The Château d'Angers was built in the 9th Century and has been the home for both French and ...