Le Vieux Logis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... t get plastered because it sits behind a water pipe or utility pole. It's a pity that you can't see much half-timbering, but I suppose people don't want to have to take care of the wood.
We walked back up to the haute ville (the "high town"), passing by a butcher who recently won a prix d'honneur for making the best pâté de Chartres (Look! I found the special characters menu in this word processing program!), and arriving at the Cathedral at 10:00 to be given ...
... And the drive here?? Magnificent!! Our paltry words can in no way describe the beauty of the rolling hills and valleys alongside the long and winding road we travelled today. Mile after mile of green pastures and fields separated by squiggly lines of trees, hedgerows and shrubs. And every few kilometres we passed through a small village or townlet to be greeted by still stunning gardens in full bloom - the wonder is that it's already after mid September. And ...
... walk back. It seemed a lot further than the walk in to Chartres.
Now watching some brits setting up a motorhome. The satellite has been whizzing round for the last 10mins! You have to be desperate to let it try for that long.
Weather is OK. Sunny and warm, but very windy. Will be relaxing for the rest of the day.
Have a tin of cassoulet for tonight and some potatoes left over from yesterday. And a box of white.
Early start ...
On leaving Orleans Marg was taken with the colourful blue planter boxes that had been installed as part of the street scape development. Very striking and very French. We then headed for Chartres via Chateaudun which is a large Chateau and Castle built on a strategic rocky outcrop overlooking the junction between two Roman roads. The first fortress was built in the 10th century with the impressive keep added in the 12th century with the addition ...
... mess of screaming children and creepy magician clowns, with few places to escape. Not to worry though because France was just over the horizon and the following afternoon we set upon it like eager little bunnies released into a field of juicy French goodness, yummy yummy.
Now, I should say here that the long time aim of Travels By Tiger was to experience Eastern Europe and as many of those more remote regions as possible in a few weeks. So to acheive this goal ...