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... s stained glass windows depict the story of Joan of Arc, the defender of Orléans. This is a really gorgeous little town that we would be happy to come back to and explore. Beautiful clean city with colourful, potted gardens and white stone pavers.
After leaving Orléans we travelled on to Paris through the Loire countryside. Everyone on the bus was getting a little frustrated at how long ...
... lucky and we made it home without incident. It was a quite a treat to drive home and park across the apartment. I seriously felt like I had achieved something, after all the months of arriving at this apartment on foot. I parked, we packed, loaded and were finally off 2 hours later.
So was the rest of the city. 4:00 pm isn’t the earliest time to get out of Paris. Traffic felt just like the Bay Area and being unfamiliar with the roads was a little ...
So we left there for Orleans (pronounced oh-lee-ons). Wow. This place was a surprise. It's so lovely. And clean. And the cathedral here is off the chart. We got Orleans late-ish but went for a bit of a stroll to find dinner. That's when we stumbled across the cathedral. Normally it would be closed at that time but there was a military orchestra concert on. So for 5 euro we got to hear beautiful music in the most beautiful location. Scored!!!!
... Lily very generously decided that if she was the queen and she had that much money she would just give everyone £100. I also learned something new today. Apparently at one stage the chateau was given as a gift to the King of Poland because he married some French King's daughter. Did anyone know that Poland had had a royal family? Not me. Walking around the chateau got to be too much after a while and ...
... a 22 mile wall. They had very fancy beds with curtains above them and nearly every bedroom had a servant room. There were olden day carriages on display behind glass and there were bits of the castle that they had to rebuild and the old ones were in a room. There was an enormous clock. After we the chateau we went to a new campsite, it has two ridiculously small parks, one really fun exercise thing and a fun swimming pool.