Hostellerie du Chateau Les Muids
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The day I spent in Blois I went to the Royal Château of Blois. This castle is particularly impressive because of how it was built over a period of time. You can clearly see the different influences of the gothic, flamboyant, renaissance and classicism periods and styles in its construction. I was really wanting to visit the Maison de la Magie (House of Magic) however it was closed until the 4th April. So instead I went to the Museum ...
We woke early and finished packing up. Andrew came and helped us carry bags, we collected the kids from their apartment and we all walked up to the car park. Everyone had woken up early to see us off, even Mac & Denny.
It was sad saying goodbye again. We know we will catch up again in a couple of years, hopefully sooner. All the kids will grow, but that time is going to make a big difference to Lily. They all get their last Lily baby cuddles.
We hit the road ...
A great night with electricity, makes a difference, a DVD and super food. Floods in the MH this morning from somewhere, sorted now and no problem. Heading to Marbouie in the rain. A lovely drive along minor roads with evidence of coypu, boar and deer in the forests and by the road ...
... tall in the leg. There is also a Tinin museum, but I didn't visit this. I didn't realise that Tintin was French, and they love him, you can find books, models, toys everywhere.
I enjoyed walking around the beautiful gardens especially at this time of year, the trees have the beautiful fresh lime green leaves of the spring, the spring flowers are gorgeous and there are no crowds! Perfect!
... and is easily accessible from the town. Before entering into the chateau, ventured in to the chapel where Leonardo di Vinci is buried then an initial stroll in the gardens to see the magnificent views of the town, river and surrounding area. The chateau itself was incredible, built above the Loire river the panoramic views over the Loire Valley are amazing and it is registered as a World Heritage site by Unesco. The site of the chateau dates back to the Iron Age and the ...