Chateau des Sept Tours
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... this time on the Loire this place had a massive chateau saw the sun for the first time one night Pam wanted to move on only 5k to Marboue more grass here sun still out. Drove to Blois lots to do went to park up but credit card did not work at barrier entrance so moved on less said about the day the ...
... have a glass and a half of champagne and I really liked it!!! We got home at about 4am. And I slept until 1pm. Then we went back to the hall where we were the night before and had a New Year's Day party thing until 6 pm. I was so exhausted. I returned to school on Monday. Unfortunately, I have had to change families. It's a long story but I am much happier where I am going now. The Vice President of YFU France has temporarily ...
... this charming little village, it also meant we could enjoy the rest of the afternoon relaxing with a drink in the outdoor area at the front of the hotel while watching the chateau peepers disperse. Our room, which had low wooden (don't forget to duck!) beams with construction techniques from the 15C using wooden pins for nails was large and rather quaint. It was a very rustic little pub and just perfect for us with its own bar and restaurant which made for an ...
... happened to be a joint performance with The Royal Andalusian equestrian school of Jerez and they were truly magnificent, the strength and beauty in these animals is something to see and the training and equestrianship marvellous, they put on a magnificent ...
... found it
to be full, this is the first time I have attempted to park in a town and not
immediately find somewhere suitable. It has so far been very easy driving and
parking in France, unlike England where I find it terribly stressful taking the
'van' into towns. Luckily though I found parking just opposite. The town was
way below at the foot of the hill alongside the Loire, but ...