Chateau de Beaujeu
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... Nevers crossing the Loire River. Walked Nevers old town and found a lovely restaurant with fixed price plates. Oysters, then herring (for Sonja)' cold chicken & an egg (Alan's)' then lamb & steak respectively. All for 15€ each. Medieval towns we drove through & saw through the day were amazing & amazingly quiet - almost dead. ...
... Park (apparently a stronghold for the French Resistance during WWII). Grape fields gave way to rolling hills and farmland, dotted with sturdy white Charolais cattle, cornfields and spent sunflowers.
Time for a break, so we turned into the town of Autun, and were amazed to find the ruins of a huge old Roman amphitheatre, Théâtre Romain, built ...
... been restored. One very french garden was designed by the mistress and one very Italian garden by the Queen. This castle was often called the "Ladies Castle."
The afternoon was free time so we toured Leonardo da Vinci's home where he lived the last several years of his life. In this château was an exhibit presented by IBM where they had taken several of his drawings and make the machines they represented.
Today through the story of ...
Today we drove and arrived at Charite Sur Loire. We arrived about 5:20 as on the way, we spotted a go karting place and Max and Dad did two lots of a 10minute race. Then, we walked to the grand Magny Cours stadium to watch the motorbikes. After we arrived at the Aire, we went to explore the town and find something to eat. We looked at several restaurants before finding a pizzeria and getting the ...
... we started our drive to Puy De Dome. On the way, I popped into a patisserie and got bread and flan for later on. Once we arrived at Puy De Dome, we got jumpers and bought train tickets to go up the mountain/volcano. The train ride took 15 minutes to climb 1435 foot high. Once we were at the top, the view was ...