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... my phone on me but I took a couple pictures (pic 1, pic 2).
The second difficult thing I did was have dinner. Right next to the place recommended to me was a grocery store so I could have simply bought a few things and hid in my hotel room but I braved the restaurant. Not exactly less expensive but much tastier. Tomorrow I’ll go to the grocery store and get food for the next couple days. Anyway, the waitress ...
The morning dawned fine and clear and after breakfast ( supplied by the owners of the Gite ) we set off once again to have a good explore of the town. First stop was the Chateau which although it looked impressive from the outside was very limited on the inside with only one room properly furnished. One other attraction which the guide at the Chateau mentioned was ...
Left Domain de la Faurie about 9.30 am and took the autoroute towards Brive and then onwards towards Chateauroux where we turned off for Loches. Slight hitch leaving Loches but eventually found ourselves on the way to Saumur.
From Saumur took the N road towards Le Man and arrived at our destination of Bauge en Anjou mid afternoon . Found our Gite with not too much problem. ...
Filled up with diesel at the supermarket near to the Campanile and set off for Poitier. From there dual carriageway almost all the way to Angouleme. N roads then to Perigeux and on to Le Paradis. Arrived Le Paradis mid afternoon and settled in to our lovely chalet. Meal in ...
Robyn at Angers castle.
From the website:
The original fortress at Angers was constructed because of the strategic position next to the Maine River, in a position that was earlier occupied by the Romans for the same reason.
Much of the current chateau was constructed in the early 13th century, between 1230 and 1240, by Saint Luois after his grandfather Philip II had captured the region from the English. For the following centuries it remained an ...