Campanile Blois Sud - Vineuil
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... an entire meal, and dinner isn't too much later!
One group member sensibly begs off dinner, but the rest of us soldier on - forcing ourselves to enjoy the following menu: Entree: Red mujllet fillet with crispy skin, beans with chorizo bellota sauce. Main: Saddle & Sweetbread of lamb with scallions and potatoes, anchoiade dip. Dessert: Rose macaroon with red fruits, figs and mirabelle plums, honey and thyme sorbet. Such torture! :-)
... to paint and design his marvelous inventions. The chateau and gardens are stunning, and sprinkled with samples of da Vinci's art and his ingenious creations.
We enjoy lunch in a troglodyte cave restaurant in Amboise and then continue to Amboise Castle, the first architectural expression of the Renaissance in the Loire Valley - built in the 15th and 16th centuries. Leonardo da ...
... with truffled artichokes, spinach, sauce with Touraine saffron. Dessert: Green apple & Carambar candy, King of the Pippins candied with ginger. With the dessert come a plate of bite-sized cream puffs, chocolate mounds, and a drink made with fresh strawberries.
Everyone is delighted with the chateau, and from the first moment we can tell we are going to be great friends as we "tastefully" eat and drink our way through the Loire Valley!
... Garden is symbolised by different layouts for "Tender Love", "Passionate Love", "Flighty Love" and "Tragic Love". Box trees form the patterns in these gardens and if you had to place all the box trees on the estate end to end they would measure a distance of 52 km and they all have to be pruned between April and October each year. Mind boggling!
The Water Garden is centred on a large pond (in the form of a Louis XV mirror ...
The day I spent in Blois I went to the Royal Château of Blois. This castle is particularly impressive because of how it was built over a period of time. You can clearly see the different influences of the gothic, flamboyant, renaissance and classicism periods and styles in its construction. I was really wanting to visit the Maison de la Magie (House of Magic) however it was closed until the 4th April. So instead I went to the Museum ...