Chateau de Brou
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Travel Blogs from Noyant-de-Touraine
... nearby fields, chestnuts that I later googled and realized were not the edible kind, apples and pears on trees and covering the roadside, and an ear of corn I stole from one of many fields, sorry. I also passed endless fields of sunflowers. In the end, I reached Chenoceaux, but decided to visit the following day and spend the evening washing clothes, charging phones, finishing the book, ...
... of Amboise. The chateau was grand and over looked the Loire River. The views of the city and area were great from here. After Amboise we went to Chateau Cheverny. What a pretty hunting lodge. The home is still occupied by the present day owners. We got to see the hounds being feed at 3:00pm. It was interesting but not my cup of tea. They are fed a nice raw diet with extras but that is way too many dogs ...
... treat! Beautiful linens, tableware - attention to detail. Not to mention ultra modern water pressure,AC,heat,etc.
On Weds we toured the chateau amboise and Clos-Luce(Leonardo da Vinci's final resting place) in the morning. In the afternoon we toured the Chateau Chenonceau. This was recommended by Gloria to minimize driving. We had dinner at Chateau de Pray. It was very good(Michelin one star restaurant) ...
... many times beyond the urban distances i have logged on foot in the past weeks, though expending considerably much less human energy per kilometer. Why should this be so physically demanding? Our young travelling companions of boundless energy are ironically capable of siphoning away our own, effortlessly, in short moments, and i sadly have neither experience nor training to counter this. I remain stoic, though thoroughly unable to harness the excess energy ...
... to be content to
rest up all morning,... save the odd individual out and about on the obligatory
errand to get the baguette ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed