Campanile - La Ferte-Bernard
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... and other cereal crops I couldn't identify.
Patches of vines were everywhere - even a roundabout had a patch with a flower border right in the middle.
This rural setting was to be my home for the week, and while it was very appealing, it was made a little less appealing by being entirely spanned by a heat wave, which made the visits to the small pool at the gites so refreshing. The water was very clean, warm beyond all expectations, ...
... just heated up to take the alcohol out. I quite liked the rose ( pronounced rose-ay). We bought a bottle of white and rose to take home.
We then drove to the region of Saumur and we went to a place called Chateau -Musee where we saw a re-enactment of some very funny looking medieval dancers, they tried to get us to dance but we hid behind a tree and laughed at everyone who got caught! There were artifacts from the Chateau itself and from ...
Alan not well. After breakfast - which was the best we've had this trip - we drive to Chenonceau on the Cher River. It really is an amazing place - a fairy tale castle and a bridge over the river. We walk through the gardens and explore the chateaux. ...
Interesting village where Van Gogh lived the last 70 days of his life & where he is buried. He painted 80 paintings & 100+ drawings during this time! Once again we're having unusually nice weather. Last week it was cold & rainy. This afternoon we are sailing back to Paris... Some are touring Versailles & we will pick them up along the river somewhere. I'm enjoying my panoramic windows open and listening to the birds & ...
... 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 ...