Chateau Du Landel
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... with a beautiful old cooking range.
After we had wandered through the gardens (and the gift shop) we found a nice little restaurant and had a delicious lunch surrounded by flowers. We had time to go for a wander through the village before heading back to catch the bus back to the train. We waited with the American ladies and the Australian couple then made it back to the train. We had a short wait so continued the conversation with the Aussies ...
... to get to France! He had a huge artwork of a fingerprint on the entrance wall, within it was a self portrait - all just line drawn and cross hatched in black ink on white. Very clever young man. The weather remained grey and windy, and we decided that there was no point in climbing around the cliffs again without sunshine, so made a plan to go 50 km beyond Rouen (where we needed to catch the train in the afternoon and return the car) and visit Giverny - Monet's garden ...
Up early this morning as we are travelling again. Caught the train back to Paris Nord. It certainly travels very fast. Sitting right at the back so not as smooth as the ride up. Then onto the TER to Beauvais. Looks a nice town but didn't stay to explore. Caught the No. 12 bus out to the airport and then walked to the guest house. Had dinner in - it was very nice, homemade food for a ...
We have arrived in France. Journey was very uneventful, crossing calm (included a £20 voucher for free food - not bad for a £50 ticket) and ferry was pretty empty although there were a lot of American teenage girls so everything was 'amazing', 'fantastic' and 'gee, thanks soooo much' all at a huge level of decibels.
Did meet Tour de France lorry convoy on way to Dover and wondered for a minute or two if we were going wrong way and should ...
... Always road works but still fast to use... and usually 130km per hour!
We arrived here in Fosseuse at about 3pm after a couple of laps up & down the road to find it! We are staying at Chateau Fosseuse, an amazing place that was built in about 1600 for Royals. It has seen some renovation and a lot of neglect over the years. The couple that now own it (Shirley & Jean) were left it afar the death of Jean's Uncle. Shirley is of English ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking