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... riding round in and thought that would be a fun way to drive around the gardens. They were 30 euros to hire. We had 1 couple in front of us and nothing was happening. There were a couple of ladies behind us who were from Melbourne, as we found out, and they were also complaining about how you have to wait so long for service in France! Eli ended up asking the guy what was taking so long and we finally got some action. The guy said they were waiting for some golf carts to come ...
Thankfully this morning started off a bit cooler, and we even had a bit of drizzle to start with. Charlie and I had not yet had our fill of chateaux, so we went off to the supremely graceful Chateau de Cheverny, thought by many to be the most perfectly proportioned chateau of all. Constructed between 1625-34, and built from gleaming stone from nearby quarries, it is one of the few chateaux whose original architecture has survived the centuries practically unchanged. The interior ...
... windows and lots of decorative stonework. It was built in the 1500's by courtiers of King Francois 1, and sits in a lovely landscaped park. We were fortunate that there were not too many people there, which meant we got to have a good look round.
Unfortunately it was a different story in the afternoon when we visited the chateau at Chenonceau. It is one of the most popular chateaux in the Loire, and you can see ...
... and more hilarious by Kenner. To get moving from a stop, she would kick along the ground as if she was trying to start a dirt bike. For some reason, I found this incredibly funny! I couldn't stop laughing. Most of the way with the others went fine. There were beautiful spaces that were so typical of the French countryside. We came across a giant field of poppies that were beyond beautiful! We posed for pictures- junior groups and senior groups. ...
... get the the March Bredif winery, which was recommended by the tour driver yesterday. Took a bus to the winery. We had a tour through the cave where the wine is processed and then had some wine tastings afterwards. Taking the public bus have us a unique experience on how the locals travel. Good experience. The wine guide gave us some hints on what and where to have dinner.
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