Chateau de Boisrenault
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Our stop for the night was Neuillay les Bois, a small village near Chateroux. It had the usual facilities plus electric. And the village had a depot de pain. It was by a small fishing lake with pleasant parkland. We were joined by two other vans. One of these had an adult and a pre-teen child. Where did they play football? In the park? No! In the car parking area!
We had decided to take some of the homeward journey in large chunks, so that we didn't spend too much time ...
We hit the road this morning about 9:00am to visit the Chateau De Chenonceau which was about 25 miles from our little Apartment. With the help of our on board navigation, (known from here on out as Miles) and Jerry's keen sense of direction, getting there was a breeze.
The weather has been quite cooperative. At a comfortable 67 degrees we decided to start outside in the gardens and work our way into the Chateau. As captured in the pictures you can see there ...
Lesson learned, do not drink French coffee in the mid-afternoon. Both of us, but especially Kathy, struggled sleeping after drinking "un cafe" after lunch in Chartres yesterday. So with a slow start to the day we headed out to the Loire Valley, Southwest of Paris. Our stop today was the incredible Chateau Chambord. http://www.chambord.org It took about 90 minutes to drive from Chartres. (This time no toll ...
Our last day in St Aignan and also in France.
Almost my earliest start in France and that was only 7.30am
Washing down, ready for the day.
Took the boys to the park along the Cher and they played while I did some exercise much to the horror or amusement of some ...
... tolled several times, calling for Mass, adding great atmosphere to our walk.
Most of the buildings in Saint-Aignan date from the 15th and 16th centuries, though the cathedral and chateau that dominate the town's skyline date from far earlier than that. The town is off the beaten tourist path, so, while you do so some tourists walking its streets, there are far more locals ...