Campanile Blois Sud - Vineuil
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Travel Blogs from Blois
to the lovely Blois this morning, although it was a little
disappointing as the 'Musee de Magic' was not open. Should have never
told Ella about it as it got her excited! (It was the former home of
the French 'Houdin' who the American Houdini got his name from. But
we ended up exploring all the quiet backstreets of Blois, very quiet
and built into the hills so many ...
... so really cool as aspects of Medieval
Architecture, right up to the 19th Century. Very grand and outside on
the roof is a maze of wonderful turrets, chimneys etc. We said it was
where the fairies lived and Ella loved it, big discussions as to
whose was whose room! Another plus for the low season, this is packed
during the summer, but we practically had the chateau ...
... his works/inventions etc. VERY cool and definitely a big plus in low season as it was very quiet. Some really awesome inventions, so ahead of his time, but some really gruesome military inventions too!! Spent a night at a winery after purchasing a few of their bottles...of ...
We had a lovely time in Amboise, very relaxing for Christmas. Recapping the last 10 days... The journey over was incredibly long. All up, with transit times and the car trip from Paris to Amboise, it was about 32 hours. We had some sleep on the flights but not much, so we were all shattered when we got here...it took a few days to recover. I've never really suffered jet lag in this direction before, another new experience! Likewise, the very short days ...
... of land and is the same area as Inner Paris
- The park is surrounded by a wall 32km long with 6 gates
- It is the largest enclosed forest/park in Europe and it is a National Game Reserve with many animals living completely wild.
- 800 hectares of the park are open to the public.
- King Francis I started building Chambord in 1519. He reigned for 32 years but only spent 72 days at Chambord and he never saw this ...