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... a different rider to the one we saw as this one had no protective gear on whilst the one we watched did have some.
Then we took an optional trip to a dinner out at a restaurant which has very good french food and which doesn't always open. A couple ran this place for years, retired - got bored and re-open on occasions .
Tomorrow we visit a ...
... 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 ...
... when we went to get our tickets they said that it’s open until 6.30 so we had heaps of time. It took us about ½ to get through the line.
The inside of Versailles was quite similar to the other royal place we had been to. Eli had been here before but hadn’t been able to see much due to renovations. We saw a lot more than he had seen last time. However there were so many tourists in there it wasn’t much fun. You couldn’t really take good ...
... in the car. I found a parking spot a half mile down the road, emptied the rental car out, loaded the kids and the rest of the stroller and headed back. Emmanuel had to be woken up from his nap so he screamed murder the entire way back to the house. I could then finally return to the car and drive to the rental car parking garage to return the car.
Since it was a Sunday, it was dead silent in the parking garage. When I finally pulled into a parking spot ...
... Then it was a quick hop down the road to our last chateau, the Chateau de Chambord. What an amazing building. For sheer full-blown architectural splendour, you can't top this. It is by far the largest, grandest and most-visited chateau in the Loire Valley. Begun in 1519 as a weekend hunting lodge for King Francois 1, it quickly snowballed into one of the most ambitious and expensive architectural projects ever attempted by a French monarch. By the time it was finally finished around ...
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