Chateau de la Barre
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Wow. This is one of the nicest campsites we've been to, and that's coming from a die hard Martragny addict. We arrived about 7 ( had a fight with the sat nav) and immediately saw people in swim suits walking around and had the fantastic idea of taking the kids off to the pool while Hank sorted the tent out. So off we toddled and had a ...
... epic proportions. Whilst the use of an umbrella in a moving vehicle is not something you see every day or for that matter in the Highway Code it is an effective and proficient alternative to a vomit inducing roof. Without dragging this out it took 2 hours to travel four miles back to the circuit, the only light relief being a gathering of camels next to the road, who knows why? Reason for the hold up? Super officious teenagers on mopeds! Formidable! As they ...
Friday morning I had two calls to make from 8am and they took two hours hence I was late for breakfast, to be fair it was 10.15, it was more brunch than breakfast. I managed to swipe some remnants of croissant and ham with the hotel staff looking on but being very generous by not being French and declaring "Finished" which did happen later in the trip.
Job one for today was fixing the fan, luckily James, Anne's brother is not known as “Captain ...
... beach. Then onto the 16.30 ferry and into our little cabin with ecstatic excitement at the promise of Peppa Pig (the car charger on the DVD player didn't work so the girls had - brilliantly - managed a day and a half's drive with only toys and fighting each other as entertainment). The ferry had a great atmosphere. J went to sleep (is there a pattern emerging here dear reader?) but the ...
... Diane to give up the palace and made great efforts to improve the castle and grounds, adding the beautiful galleries over the bridge that Diane had built. She then ruled France from this abode. This fascinating story continues to draw over three million tourists to the palace each year.
The next stop was to the Chateau de Usse. This palace isn’t as frequently visited by tourists but has recently started gaining polularity. ...