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We tried to stay an extra night in Amboise, but the hotel was full. We were supposed to drive to Limoge, but decided it was too far to go and get to see the sights we wanted to see. We made reservations for Montlucon instead.
We headed over to the Chateau in the village of Amboise. It is called Chateau Royal d Amboise. It is right in the middle of the village, up on a hill, overlooking the river. ...
Early start today - breakfast at 8am - I think this is probably the earliest we have had breakfast all week. We had two options today - the longer route included a visit to Eyrignac Manor Garden and we hadn't done a garden visit yet. It was also said to be one of the most beautiful formal French 18C gardens. The longer route hd some significant hills at the start of the day - within the first 20km. Although it had been foggy the morning ...
... much better than one each (which had been the usual). The cheese board that came out was HUGE and had so many cheeses on it. When the waitress came to take it away we said we were still going. We didn't realise that the one board was actually for the whole restaurant - oops. The desserts were impressive. I had icecream with raspberry and meringue - delicious. This was my pick of the courses tonight although Sue's dessert looked pretty impressive too. today's ride details ...
Decided to deviate from the recommended trip notes which recommended visiting more prehistoric sites. And we opted for the shorter route so that we can get to Montignac early and then visit Lascaux caves in the afternoon. After breakfast we did a quick Geocache find at the train station nearby and then we headed off. It was already starting to warm up and the expected top temperature was going to be 30' We called in to the village and picked up our lunch supplies for ...
... The wine maker was lovely and had great English. The setting was quaint and simple. She uses terracotta pots for the wine making process and only has a very small crop of vines. A very boutique winery - Domaine de la Voie Blanche On leaving the winery there was a steep uphill but then it was all downhill. We stopped in Campange and looked for a picnic sport. We hadn't had lunch and we were getting a little ...