Chateau de la Barre
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... them; but to the hotel it meant adjacent. However the receptionist was fabulous and gave us a suite with a king size bed (I've never slept in one - how amazing to have so much space) and a sofa bed for the girls. To jump on. Lose their toys down. And generally play in. We drove the last leg in the morning and stopped for lunch in the port town which I can't spell - Oiustraham? Anyway it has ...
... quite majestic, but unfortunately for us, by the time we got there, we missed the last entrance so just walked around the grounds.
Lastly, we drove to the Chateau de Villandry, which is most famous for its gardens. It reminded us a little of the lawns in Versailles but a lot more manicured.
It was a long day and we wished we had had more time to explore this beautiful country. When we headed back home, Marc was waiting for us. ...
... fully complete.
We spent an afternoon in Le Mans and caught the train early in the morning to Tours. We connected to Lyon and from there to Bellegarde and on to Geneva and Lausanne. Darren missed the SNCF train announcement tune so much when he was in NZ that on his return to France, and upon hearing it a few times, he subconsiously whistled it a few times even after we got to Switzerland.
... in confined spaces.
Now that actually wasn't too bad but when the sat nav decided to have a hissy fit and refuse to take any further charge things started to get decidedly tricky.
We were now off the beaten track in the middle of the countryside and only able to view the sat nav for 20 seconds at a time by repeatedly switching it on. I gathered from the over heard debates that it wasn't looking good for getting to Nantes ...
... size matters We also visit the sea side villages of Cades St. Martin and Montsoreau, the latter with its own chateau, Chinon, Montresor and Francueil. We drive by, but don't go in Cheverny and Chaumont. We walk around the lively towns of Montrichard, Amboise and Blois, yes, all three with their own chateaux. We spend the first night at lovely country-side bed and breakfast of Les Coquelicots, with one of the ...
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- Free parking