La Heraudiere - Chambre d'hotes
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
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... where all of the corn went and he said it was feed for the animals.
We drove over to Langeais Chateau. It is a fortress like chateau with 16th century furnished rooms. After that we drove to our B&B for the night. A very nice B&B in a French house. The owner spoke pretty good English, so we had some good conservations. He also owned a ...
... was an envelope from the tour operator. I had missed the first meeting time they had proposed - 6pm and it was already 7pm. I would just do the briefing with the others tomorrow. Again no lifts and I had to lug my bags up 2 flights of stairs - these ones were at least wider. Dinner was also organised for tonight - a gastronomic meal. It was amazing. A spiced pastry twist with an appertif drink An amuse bouche - risotto starter ...
The Aussies were up first again and met for breakfast. This morning the lace was a little slower as there was no need to rush for a 9am start. We all looked a little lost and the usual excited chatter about hills and how many kms we would ride was missing. I had been telling some of the others about geocaching and this morning I took the opportunity to download the app. I was excited to find one basic cache in Chinon - and was confident I knew ...
... the start of our ride, some other cyclists at the hotel were also preparing their bikes and started chatting. They were from Canberra and were doing their own self guided trip on bikes they had brought over with them and carrying all their luggage. Amazing. This morning there were 6 of us riding and Dona was keen for some hills to warm up was even excited to be back in the saddle again. This enthusiasm was short lived though! As with all ...
... market. Every Sunday, tons of vendors flood the street next to the Loire. It took us two hours to get through! We tried cold sausages, cheeses, jams, and breads. There were also a bunch of clothing and shoe vendors. I ended up buying macaroons, because I am an addict. (They weren't the best, because they had been out all day. I am now qualified to be a macaroon taste tester.)
It was a beautiful day with great company!
And I won't be trying to go to Villandry again.