Chateau De Challain
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Dong, dong, dong, the bells of the Challain de Potherie church wake us up at the civilised time of 8am. Breakfast doesn’t even start until 9am – this is my kind of place! In fact we only made it to breakfast just before noon and then spent a good hour having a long lazy breakfast. Drizzly today so decided to have a relaxing day hanging …
... first stop for a look accompanied by 10,000 like minded individuals no parking any where so we continued along the beautiful coast line to St Malo with 100,000 of our best friends . There was room for us fortunately and we had a pleasant walk around the ramparts , having become rather partial to a good rampart lately, the old part of town was almost completely destroyed in 1944 but was faithfully reconstructed on the original style. A couple of Islands off shore ...
The ride today was pleasant and not complicated with too many diversions. Total distance travelled was 44km. We visited the town of St Florent le Vieil along the way, toured the town centre and cathedral, but could not find the tourist office, it was one of the most difficult tourist offices to find that I have ever experienced. Arrived in Champtoceaux around 2:30pm, and the proprietor of our hotel (Hotel ...
... a couple of beers while watching the sunset.
Dinner at the hotel where we are staying (Hotel Auberge de la Loire) was another amazing gastronomic experience. We only had a couple choices, but that did not matter, all the dishes were delicious and the red wine we chose to compliment this gourmet meal was the best red wine we have tasted in France so far (Anjou Villages, 2010).
Today was a long day of biking, the route stated the distance is 57km, but the total distance we travelled was 62km. We stayed on the route most of the time, only getting mildly lost a few occasions, it was a detour in the farms surrounding Angers that added the extra kms. While on our journey, we were low on water and getting pretty thirsty, there were no towns nearby, so we thought we could use a tap from one of the farmhouses. Up ahead were 3 elderly people on ...