Auberge de Jeunesse
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... weather and it can easily be five or six sheets and a wet wipe too sometimes Have noticed at most of the camp sites there are lots of Dutch they bring everything and buy nothing. Our friends Derek and Ellie say the "NL" sticker stands for niner lemonarda cos that's the only thing they don't bring with them What a great multi-culteral trip we are having from the 1000s of orientals in Switzerland taking photographs of everything moving or ...
... s stained glass windows depict the story of Joan of Arc, the defender of Orléans. This is a really gorgeous little town that we would be happy to come back to and explore. Beautiful clean city with colourful, potted gardens and white stone pavers.
After leaving Orléans we travelled on to Paris through the Loire countryside. Everyone on the bus was getting a little frustrated at how long ...
... 8217;t make them go any faster unfortunately.
We exited Versailles, quite wet as it hadn’t stopped raining the whole time. We stood in the carpark looking around as we weren’t sure where Michael and Kyria were. Then we saw Michael running towards us. He said they had been parked down by the road for the last 20 – 30 minutes. I was glad they hadn’t waited for too long.
According to the doctor Kyria had bronchitis so he had given her ...
... br> Turned out to be a good decision. Chenconceau is so big and beautiful outside and inside that we just decided to take it easy and spend the entire day there instead of rushing through it and then driving 80 km to Chambord to make the day a twofer.
It was a beautiful day and we made the most of our time there since we now had all afternoon to see everything. We walked around the grounds, saw the beautiful gardens, the woods and best of all… rented ...
... some of the most sumptuous furnishings, tapestries and objets d'art anywhere in the Loire Valley. The same family has owned and inhabited the chateau for the last 600 years; highlights included seeing their private apartments, and an enormous guards room full of suits of armour (including one made for a 4 year old child), sets of chain mail and various ancient weapons of warfare. One of the photos below shows Charlie with a 16th century set of armour weighing 25kg, and a set ...