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... be very good news for many, hopefully.)
Today we visited a total of four castles (but only technically went into two of them - still a significant feat). The first Château we visited was by the finest of the four by far. Although we didn't go in the castle itself, the gardens, which the property is most renowned for, provided us with hours of wandering around the ...
... the first chance we get.
But I truthfully must ask this: what other family on this entire planet has a mascot? Let alone an asian statue of a warrior...
Anyway - After leaving the our beautiful château this morning, we visited Juno beach where the 14 000 Canadians landed on D-Day. We toured the museum and watching movies and even had a tour down into the original, but now reinforced, ...
... and the rotary clothes line up etc, but we got a wiggle on, I went to pay for the 2 nights we had been there and at 11.30 we were driving out the gates!
We had planned to go to a sight near Bayeux, but we found another one right on the coast at Utah Beach, which was still charging ACSI rates. We 'did' the D-Day landing beaches a ...
... 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 ...
How has this castle rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet