Campanile - Roanne
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... towards the end. However, the lunch was delicious. A typical French meal with many courses and some wine.
Finally, we went to a small Renaissance style castle and got a tour from the owner. The castle was beautiful and had been in his family for 11 generations! Then we got a tour of the winery and vineyards, it was super interesting to see how they make all their ...
... experience this turned out to be, we headed into the Information centre to find somewhere to stay, the 1st place was booked so she rang another that was just out of town and WOW, this couple were wonderful, their friend turned up and he was a wine maker and they insisted we try his wine with them – one thing lead to another and we were then having a visit to his wine cave ...
... of tomatoes, bread, salad and cheese. It was perfect. Sandrine and the others really wanted to show us around the area so we piled all the kids and us into two cars and headed off. First we stopped at a small lookout where it felt like we were in the Scottish HIghlands overlooking a loch rather than in France looking at the Loire river and gorge. We then drove to the old medieval village of St Victor sur Loire. The ...
We were up early and on the road by 8am. We dropped the linen back to Averil, did a quick stop at the bakery and headed on our way. The GPS was saying we had a seven hour drive in front of us. During the morning we made good time and decided to detour to Amboise for lunch. We sat at a restaurant outside the gates of the chateaux and ate a quick lunch. I had a goats cheese salad, boys had pasta and icecream ...
... happy birthday Shez) After dinner, we decided to share 1 bottle of rosé which soon turned into numerous. A game of kings started with our group of girls and the noise attracted a group of Boys from another tour. Let's just say the 'gecko' card got everyone up and about...with lots of bruises in the morning. The night got a bit louder than we expected so the Contiki onsite team moved us down to the cove where we continued to ...