Campanile - La Ferte-Bernard
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A bit of back and forth reattaching the awning but we eventually cracked it! Then delish barbie of chicken and steak and bits before Sherlock Holmes movie and sleepy bed! Toilet breaks were enhanced by the beautifully clear sky and the very nearly full moon. Thursday The original plan for today was to visit the gardens in Villandry. But an annoyingly early wake up ...
... pilgrimages, one on the Sahara and one on women with headscarves (I'm sure its meaning is deeper than that but I couldn't translate!) All very interesting.... And unexpected so all the better! We considered trying to find part of the 24 hour racetrack for a look but decided to head back to camp via the supermarket for the evening's ...
... August which sounds amazing. But unfortunately it doesn't start till 2130, lasts 2 hours and our campsite barrier is locked at 11 (or 10 if you believe the sign rather than the receptionist!) So frustrating that if we were the promised few km away, we could've experienced it and walked home. Hey ho, we love Le Mans all the same. A gentle stroll through the main square (Republique) then back to the van and onto the next ...
... by car a bit slow through villages where the narrow streets are being re-surfaced, but the traffic is light and the French workmen are pleasant.
Next day we go to Chenonceau. This is another chateau built into the river. It was built on the site of a medieval castle retaining an impressive round turret, and a medieval mill. Both Diane Poitiers, and Catherine De Medici lived in this chateau at different times and these women took no prisoners in the argy bargy of 16th century ...
... biking about 17 - 18 km, which isn't THAT long. We were all in our group of nine; Shanti, Hanna, Me, Abby, Scott, My Dad, Susan, and Emma. We were moving at a pretty good pace, and then everybody but Shanti, I, and Hanna stopped because they noticed that Abby's bike was acting up. After a while, us three noticed that the group was no where around. We stopped and waited thinking we could maybe reconnect, but when the didn't show, we backtracked ...