Hotel Anne De Bretagne
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and drive in early in the morning. We will stay one night and spend two days sight seeing before heading to Disneyland.
Tess is happier.
Then we cross the border into France. There is a road block and French soldiers carrying machine guns and one with road spikes in hand stopping all the cars. One approached our car looked inside the drivers window and then ushered us on.
We are all glad Clint is clean shaven.
It is confronting. We tell the kids they ...
A great night with electricity, makes a difference, a DVD and super food. Floods in the MH this morning from somewhere, sorted now and no problem. Heading to Marbouie in the rain. A lovely drive along minor roads with evidence of coypu, boar and deer in the forests and by the road ...
... as a hunting lodge for Francis I and changed hands several times it seems because apparently it was somewhat challenging to live in – very cold in winter and heaps of mossies in summer! It was a very cold castle to walk around on a cold day.
Leaving Villandry yesterday we cycled on a lovely path alongside the river Cher into Tours.
Tours is the capital of the Touraine region and is referred to as a miniature Paris for its cosmopolitan air and its wide boulevards. Our bike route took us right through the city on one of these boulevards from our entry point in the south side of the city by a lake right along to where it crossed the Loire where it took us out of the city. The Loire gives Tours ...
... Château de Cheverny. There were many more cars parking here as it was now early afternoon. Once again this chateau is located right next to the village of Cheverny and it is surrounded by parklands and expanses of grass, trees and a forest as well (still used for hunting). This was a different experience as all of the rooms open to the public are fully furnished and there is a real sense of a family home. It is interesting to note ...