Chateau de Rochecotte
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... with multiple little things I want to talk about but by the end of the day my brain has decided they’re not important enough to remember. Actually, it’s more likely that there are so many things to take in and so many things to see that my brain gets a little overwhelmed and decides it’s just time to take a little break for a while.
All that to say: Sorry I don’t have more interesting things to talk ...
... which was part of the old hospital so we decided to visit the. Well worth the visit as it showed how people were treated long ago. The apothecary itself had a lot of the original medicines used in the 17th century.
Returned to the same restaurant as we had used the night before as were so impressed and not disappointed either. Lovely place and very good ...
... br> After settling in we took a stroll to check it out and found we were only about 350 metres from the impressive Chateau in Bauge. after our stroll we had decided on a restaurant which was part of an Auberge de France hotel. It was excellent.
We had passed by Bauge a number of times over the years but as the road towards Le Man bypasses the centre we had never stopped.
The Loire River officially separates northern and southern France. The valley that surrounds the river is just beautiful. Because of its central location in France, it has been a strategic area historically for more than 1000 years. Today, it is one of France's most important agricultural and tourist areas as well. People flock here to see the French chateaux that are scattered throughout the valley.
... filled with school children prehaps the for recess. We had a delightful little lunch at a little place in town called L'escalier (the staircase) just across from our intended restaurant. Everyone enjoyed a sandwich or local fish dish, except Mauricio who gave the Andouille sausage a try. More like a tripe sausage than the Andouille we have in the US, he was less than pleased with his selection. The restaurant seemed to be the front room and sunroom of the ...