Bonsai Orleans Etape
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For the first time on my trip I sleep past 9 I don't get up till about 10.30 I must have been tired. I'm a little annoyed at my self though as Oliver is taking us on a trip today and I wanted an early start. We have a late breakfast and head on our way, the Loire valley is stunning I love looking at the country side as we drive. Our first stop it ...
... conductor to make sure we got on the right one turns out we were going in the wrong direction and we were supposed to buy a new ticket as the one from the airport wasn't transferable or something so we jump off at the next stop go around to the other platform and jump on the correct train, we play stupid tourist to get out of the station with our incorrect tickets and find the intercity train section. I try to sleep on the train to Orleans and maybe get about 20mins, we ...
... about 5pm off to our chateau hotel some 50kms away. Got lost in a close-by town, then Sonja (in her best French) got perfect directions. Lots of hand waving required, but it worked. Have just finished a lovely dinner in the chateau, as the deal is D, B&B. Looking forward to a run tomorrow around the property, & then working towards Paris for our last night in France. Tried some French Rose tonight - fail. Glad it was only a half ...
Having said that it is actually a strikingly beautiful building dominated by a wonderfully grand double helix stair case inspired by Leonardo da Vinci.
We enjoyed the cycle in the grounds and back to St Dye some 8km away.
... us on our arrival. Sully-sur- Loire is only a small town whose main point of interest is its 14th century castle. The Chateau de Sully-sur-Loire, rather a thickset chateau with chunky towers, and the beautiful park which sits behind it, was this weekend the centrepiece of the most amazing festival.
Called 'Les Heures Historique', the town plunged back several centuries with an encampment on the back lawn of hundreds ...