Campanile Orleans Sud La Source
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... supposed to be green, is it?) But we arrived at our B&B in one piece and wow... It is so beautiful! It's like a fairy tale house! Day 1 in the Loire we drove to Villandry for the day. We did the tour of the castle but it was the gardens that were the highlight. The vast land surrounding the castle is covered with gardens of flowers, vegetables, herbs, trees, and shrubs, all laid out in intricate geometric patterns. Yvon made friends, er, make that enemies, with ...
... to get to Paris as we had left Poitiers early in the am and did not get to Paris until mid afternoon. We past a few castles and lots of crops, future croissants and baguettes! In the end there was a bit of chanting and clapping of "Par- is" (clap, clap, clap) coming from the back of the bus, and you don't have to be Einstein to know who instigated that! We were awarded medals for various feats during the ...
... war part of the nations treasures found refuge here, including the Mona Lisa. The Chateau kennels still have 70 odd hunting dogs present for hunting. From here we drove on to Blois to have a look at it's castle and old town but didn't bother to enter the castle as one a day is enough these days. Then we continued on along the Loire river to Beaugency before returning back to Orleans. The next day we went for a stroll along ...
We lest Sancerre and retraced our steps to visit two of the most prominent Chateas. The first was Cheverny near Blois and has been in the same family for 6 centuries and has been open to the public since 1922. The current owner lives in a private apartment in a wing of the Chateau. The Chateau is very grand and decorated to a an opulent standard with fabric wall drapes and tapestries and guilder furniture and detailed ...
Nous avons ensuite passé quatre jours à Orléans, ville du centre de la France ou j'ai habité pendant mes trois années de Lycée. Orléans est la ville de Jeanne d'Arc, la pucelle l'ayant libérée de l'emprise anglaise. / Next we stayed four days in Orléans, a city in the center of France where I spent my 3 high-school years. It is the city of Joanne of Arc as the virgin soldier liberated it from the English sometimes in history.
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