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This beautiful castle built on the River Cher was home to five different ladies between 1499-1836; Diane De Poitiers, Catherine de Medici, Louise of Lorraine, Louise Dupin and Marguerite Pelouze. During the First World War, it served as a hospital. Although the crowds were large, we enjoyed seeing this charming and beautifully restored residence. We relished a lovely lunch on site after viewing the ...
... our way to Amboise. This morning we visited Chateau Royal d'Amboise. This residence dates back to 503! During the Renaissance, the king made a palace out of this chateau. It was a symbol of his power and a center for political, economic and artistic activity. It also stands in memory of a historic turning point when France's styles ...
... weather and it can easily be five or six sheets and a wet wipe too sometimes Have noticed at most of the camp sites there are lots of Dutch they bring everything and buy nothing. Our friends Derek and Ellie say the "NL" sticker stands for niner lemonarda cos that's the only thing they don't bring with them What a great multi-culteral trip we are having from the 1000s of orientals in Switzerland taking photographs of everything moving or ...
... Plus it was raining so it was hard to take photos before the rain hit your camera lens! So, the Versailles gardens are now my favourite place in France! They were so beautiful. It would be a great place to get wedding photos too. We saw that you could hire bikes and ride around – that would have been so much fun to do if it hadn’t been raining. We made our way back to where we started, just within our hour! The golf carts only went at a certain speed – ...
... trip there was uneventful, except for the moment when I brought the car to a halt somewhere in the middle of some farmland, jumped into a wheat field by the side of the road and grabbed a couple of handfuls of wheat for the kids. Carissa peeled the husk off and we nibbled on a few grains of what was some kind of wheat or barley. All with the intent of educating the kids about where their food supply comes from of course.
That night while looking at the map ...