Hostellerie du Chateau Les Muids
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free parking
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... and vineyards, stopping to visit a lonely mule and to have a picnic by the riverbank. We stopped at Chateau Cheverny late in the afternoon. Yvon was reliving his childhood visiting the Tintin exhibit. (The creator of Tintin used Cheverny as inspiration for Chateau de Moulinsart.) At 5pm we went to the kennels to watch the daily feeding of the seventy hounds. What a... I don't know what word to use! The dogs wait until they are given the ok and then they pounce on ...
This morning we went for a walk down the steep path from Sancerre and then to the right past the Eiffel Tower and back via the steps to the Marie and then back to our house. After lunch we drove to Aubigny-Sur-Nere about 40 kms to the north west through vineyards and cereal farming country. We passed through several small towns. Reaping of barley is well advanced ...
... in giggles. Their evening meal consisted of a pizza (not a Pizza Hut large, more of a French kinda small) and a portion of frites between the 3 of them, something our lad at that age would had eaten to himself!!!! Gotta love the British ;-) Onwards and upwards tomorrow, to Paris tomorrow to visit with our good friends the Bevers for a few days :-) Ooooo an update the pizza wasn't good enough so they had to set up the whole cooker system, for ...
... room was pretty ice nice too. Paul liked the armoury and the furniture,especially the huge tables, beautifully upholstered chairs and the various table tops according tithe table purpose. Anyway we took an hour longer than suggested to get around it all and the. Have a look around the gardens. We had packed a picnic lunch from leftovers from last nights dinner and found a nice little spot by the river bank for a bit of wine, sausage, cheese and baguette. It was so peaceful, ...
... and planned our itinerary around, is the feeding of the 70 hunting dogs, because they are trained so well and strictly that it's supposed to be quite a sight to see. Incredibly disappointingly, the kennels were being remodeled and so the dogs were moved off site (SAD!) But the chateau itself is kind of neat, because it has stayed in the family for hundreds of years and the marquis and marquise still live on the top floor (that's why they still have dogs, as ...