Chateau de Brissac
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... ago, but didn't get to Utah Beach as it is separate from the others.
We had a lovely journey northwards and as the day went on the weather improved.
We tried not to repeat our journey down in May, but had to go around Laval, then through Ernee - a nice little town with lovely floral displays
. We then went round ...
... and hotter, and by the evening we had the usual thunderstorm. we had also found out that the forecast was for rain for the next few days.
The rain let up enough for us to go for a walk in the evening, but then started again and was still pouring down when we went to bed.
When we arrived at La Fleche we settled in and went for a nice stroll by the river after dinner.
There were lots of British vintage TR4's, MG's and other sports cars at the campsite. - some carefully loaded in enclosed trailers.
It is quite near to Le Mans and they go there for track days.
... as it was with the stone in St Emelion, the 'galleries' left behind after the extraction of the Chalk for building are now used to cellar the wines. He said that in the 200km area of this part of the Loire there are about 1000km of galleries under the ground. The Loire River is 1000km long and they have just developed a biking track beside it. The track is 800km long so there you go bikers, there is a nice bike ride for ...
... of years ago, and this lovely property is the result of their all of their hard work and vision...who said retirement would be easy! Little Mia was delighted to see her Nanny and Pappy, and their 3 dogs were just as excited to meet us all too! Tuesday After a relaxed morning we drove to Angers (Anjou). "Often dubbed 'Black Angers' due to the local dark slate used for its roofs, the lively riverside city is famous for its tapestries: the 14th-century Tenture ...