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March 31st set off from John& Claire's arrived Newhaven 5pm parked in docks found that there is a 4 hour delay due to the gales on Monday night so will stay in Dieppe Wednesday night. Went on to Oissel staying right by the river Seine for 2 nights to unwind quiet pitch just 2 vans moved ...
The first part of my trip took me to Amboise, nestled in the Loire Valley. The drive reminded my of The Netherlands, it was so flat and green, you could see for miles around. Covered in beautiful Chateaux's with acres of vineyards the valley is a special place.
Amboise was on route to Bordeaux and I had heard some great things ...
... 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 ...
... in a huge estate, Europe's largest park of over 5,440 hectares and enclosed by a wall 32k long. It has been on UNESCO's World's heritage list since 1981.
The building of the chateau commenced in 1519 for King Francis 1 who intended it to be a hunting lodge but he only spent a total of 72 days in it and never saw his project completed. At his death in 1547 only the keep and the royal wing had been completed. It was his son Henry II, and later ...
Next the drive to Amboise, Everyone seems to think its amazing me doing this on my own, but today I met a young couple with bicycles and trailers travelling with 3 toddlers and a tent they had come from the south of France and were planning to cycle to Austria WOW!
Visited the lovely home of Leonardo De Vinci, I loved it here and enjoyed seeing the gardens which had a number models of his inventions ...