Balladins Tours Nord
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- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... this time on the Loire this place had a massive chateau saw the sun for the first time one night Pam wanted to move on only 5k to Marboue more grass here sun still out. Drove to Blois lots to do went to park up but credit card did not work at barrier entrance so moved on less said about the day the ...
The bus will be here to take us to the airport in 6 hours and I just finished packing. The students are hopefully already asleep in bed! We had a great last day in Paris! Our day began with a trip up to visit Sacre Coeur basilica and the wonderful souvenir shops and artist quarter located behind. The rain held off until our shopping was done, thank goodness! We continued on in the rain to visit Napoleon's tomb at Les Invalides. We then headed back to the hotel and most of ...
By Haley and Nyomi: France! Food! We left the hotel and took a tour of the Cathédrale de Chartres. We saw lots of stained glass windows, which was very pretty. After that we went to lunch and had our first Croque Monsieur. It was very very yummy. After lunch we went back onto the bus ...
Thursday was a holiday here in France, so some friends and I had a wine and cheese picnic next to the Loire. My house mother, Francoise, thought it was very amusing that I was going to bring the wine in a water bottle to share. She advised I take cups, and offered to let me borrow some. I asked her if she had plastic cups, and she was, again, very amused. It simply isn't done, this drinking wine in plastic. So, she lent me some glasses to take on the picnic. We ...
... itself was a bit of a ruin, but still imposing and impressive, and has been turned into an excellent multimedia museum chronicling its fascinating history. I was happy we went there, even if it didn't have surreal gardens.
Our next chateau, though, took us back to the realm of the surreal. Azay-le-Rideau was small (for a chateau), but breathtaking. Built on a tiny island, its foundations seem to rise straight out of the river. It was ...