Auberge du Cheval Blanc
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... The bottom floor of the house had models of some of his inventions that were pretty awesome to look at. The gardens weren't that pretty, I think because the winter got rid of all the flowers and for a change it was raining. A cool part of the gardens was the working models of Da Vincis inventions.
Also while in Amboise I went to the Royal Château of Amboise. The best thing so far about the châteaus I have been to is that they are all ...
... we shouldn't have to, and wishing our world was different.
We have seen so many beautiful places and met so many wonderful people, so we choose to focus on all the good in the world.
Clint and I really don't want to take the kids there if they don't want to go. We all agree that we want to see it and spend some time discussing our priorities. The revised plan is that we will stay out of Paris tonight (it was unlikely we were going to make it the whole way ...
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 ...
... The B&B is perfect , nothing out of place and quality through and through but no dinner and no time to shop ! Our room room has an attached kitchen and our host supplied us with eggs and vegetables from his garden, plus a bottle of chilled C******nay so we cobbled an omelet together, nice meal actually . So to bed dear readers more chateau tomorrow and hopefully we will return early with food and time to enjoy the grounds ...
... tapestries and armour. Although writing this I kind of regret it now as it really beautiful.
Chateau de Cheverny, owned by the Hurault family for 6 centuries, wow, now that saves on moving costs! They still live here. The rooms open to the public are richly furnished and decorated, walls full of silk wall hangings,
well the didn't have wall paper back then, I don't suppose that will come back in vogue, what at the price ...