Chateau de Noizay
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Taxis G7 picked us up at our apartment at 11:30am to drive us (and our ton of luggage!) to Gare Montparnasse for the 12:25pm TGV to Tours/Sainte Pierre des Corps. NOTE: G7 starts the meter as soon as they leave their station! Boarding the train was easy once we realized we had to locate the correct car according to our ticket. The trip itself was …
We woke up and ate a lovely breakfast in the gardens of Noizay. Afterward, Matthew went to the front desk to get some help in dealing with the rental car exchange - no luck. :( We are going to have to figure out something before leaving Bordeaux in a few days because the trunk just isn't big enough to hold all our luggage, and we don't want to …
... or Place Plumereau. The music they play at La Guinguette is very funny to me because it ranges from songs like "Hey Ya" -Outkast to a compilation of songs from Grease to a random French pop song. When we go to Place Plume we usually go to an Irish pub (I think mostly because they speak English). We also go to La Loire for lunch sometimes which is really nice and relaxing!
The gardens of Villandry is a must see. I can't even begin ...
... girls all bought themselves sandwiches and a drink at the market square, and we walked over to a lovely spot nearby to catch up. I learned so much about their cultural observations today. More to come! Here are a few photos from our ...
... individual coloured flower gardens were beautiful to see. The interior gives an insight into life for the very rich French families and many portraits and precious items were on show. I was taken with the floor of Delft tiles, imported from the Netherlands in their thousands! The round trip to see this was twenty miles and we had to go out later for cakes so a daily total of twenty-six miles.
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet