Campanile Orleans Sud La Source
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... castle had four levels and we went all the way to the top where we saw a cross on the top of the chapel. Ben thought the views from the top were brilliant. Next stop was the Chateau de Blois. This castle had horses at the front - Jon wanted to go for a ride but sadly we didn't have time. The horses were big and had hairy feet. Blois was very pretty and the castle was excellent - looking very different from different sides. Last we ...
... and 282 fireplaces. Francis I reigned for 31 years, during which he only spent 32 days in total at Chambord!. It was his son Henry II, and Louis XIV who were both fond of hunting that made it look the way it is today. Certainly a spot for photographers and Ivor had a wonderful time as did hundreds of other keen ‘snappers’.
We hopped back on the bus en-route to the 100 acre property Chateau de Beauregard. This ...
One of the important things about choosing the emplacement at the campsite is how near the toilets are from your pitch. Our toilets and showers are about 15 yards away. Pretty close! So this morning I was lying in bed listening to Today holding tight so as not to disturb Sue. Couldn't wait any more and dashed out of the tent only to find that the toilets were closed for cleaning. I ...
... 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 ...