Auberge du Port des Roches
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... whiff of chlorine (don't know how they did it...) and bordered by vines, roses and story book patches of strawberries and - would you believe - raspberries. Imagine hangin' over the edge of the pool, looking our at the vines and idly reaching down to pick a ripe raspberry. The boys loved it, but unfortunately, Jackie's intolerance of chlorine saw her missing out on this delight. Lynn and Phil got in the annual quota of sunbathing, punctuated by pool visits.
... for almost eight hours (you thought Australia was huge!) to our gite in the Loire Valley, called Les Fleurs. There was a communal pool and we were very excited to go and jump in it the moment we got there as it was very, very hot.
The next day we went to a vineyard and winery called Gratien and Meyer. I had a lovely time, especially when I found out there was a special type of non-alcoholic wine, made with exactly the same methods as real wine ...
... is the kitchens.
Amboise is the next stop for a light lunch, a stroll through town and then the rest of the afternoon to explore Amboise Castle. On the way out I buy a couple of bottles of red and we all have dinner (pizza!!) in the Chateaux gardens. ...
One interesting story we learned about Chenonceau is that its location had significant importance in WWII. The chateau is built right on the river Cher and actually crosses over the river like a bridge. When France surrendered to Germany, a line of demarcation was established separating Nazi-controlled France in the North and the Vichy government (unoccupied territory) in the south. Chenonceau ...
... stopping and starting, but our long settee has a habit of wandering off across the van more and more. Obviously the catch is not working. We drove completely round the Le Mans race grounds and past the airport where all the helicopters land on race days. Needless to say after about one hour it was raining and it is now 8.15pm and it has ...