BEST WESTERN PREMIER Le Mans Country Club
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Loire Valley Our trip up north from Carcassonne to Tours in the Loire Valley went well. It took us nearly the whole day - three trains but we made it! Tours is an old town and the main entrance town to the Loire Valley. We had dinner in the old city area with some cool looking buildings. We stayed in a small hotel over night (the first of our trip). It was two adjoining rooms and two bathrooms and very basic. We were all happy that we had been staying ...
We had been told about this Aire when we were in Forges Les Eaux and it is truly lovely. It was only 56 miles away but we just had to see this. As we were staying off the Peages, we had looked at the roads we wanted to travel on. For once, this did not work out quite right when we got to La Fleche as we could not find our road out the other side of the town! Nothing daunted, I headed into a Tabac with map ...
... French of course). Oh breakfast how I miss thee. It's the one thing I really miss about home, a big proper breakfast. What do the Europeans have against breakfast?! They obviously don't know that it is the most important meal of the day.
After checking into the hostel, Scott realized that in his fits of Paris road rage, he left his camera in the rental car. Back to the rental company we went. Thank god the camera was still in ...
Took a drive to visit our first castle in the Loire Valley, Chateau Chenonceau. This is rated as the best castle to visit in the Loire. It is right in the middle of the river. Very pretty. It also has a soap opera story behind it, in where the king built it for ...
... of quiche, but I found it to be delicious. The lesson I've learned is that you must go to the original source of the food and you will love it. When Scott went to pay the bartender after our meal, I wished him a "bonne journee" His eyes lit up and he told me I spoke French very well and that I should continue speaking it as much as I could, to keep practicing. He said this en Francais, slowly on purpose, to make sure I understood. I ...