Ecolodge des Chartrons
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... atmosphere, we were also lucky enough to have a dry day! We stopped by the river to have our picnic and people watch and couldn’t believe our eyes when a dog stopped for a poop and it’s owner not only picked the poop up but then proceeded to ‘wet wipe’ his dog’s bottom…..only in France eh!!!!!
We thoroughly wore ourselves out having walked about 8 miles so ...
... was so weird we were on this metro bus stopping at random places then within 20 mins we where in a Forrest where the bus drops us of, you kinda think how are we near a giant sand dune on the beach but sure enough after a short walk through the trees your confronted by this giant wall of sand. There was a stair way built into the side -thank god I would not have liked to walk up ...
... in the ring position to get the pretty photo by the river but I plan to buy the info book of all the châteaus which are filled with pretty photos. The château as had a hard life two thirds of it was demolished dd sold for money so only one wing remains but it's still pretty as with the gardens. Next is Chenonceau, known as the women's castle, the building ...
... 8211; the architecture is quite similar to Paris. However, the wheel and spoke layout of the streets meant that we were getting lost on the regular. So, if you decide to visit, get a map. The main street in the city is called "St. Catharine's" and it is the busiest street I have ever seen in my life. There are wall-to-wall shops and everyone in the bloody city is there, pushing and shoving their ...
... them, Jennifer and Aubrey, sharing two bottles of wine and this was after dinner! We got to bed at midnight and had a bit of a sleep in the next day! The following evening we visited the local pub where we listened to jazz and blues music and spent the evening with a local French family, conversing in a mixture of our poor French and their much better but limited English and with the help of the iPhone “iTranslate.”