Chateau de Ternay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... set up, selling mostly clothing. We went knto one of the hotels we had the name of, and decided to stay, choosing a 'superior room', which was large, had wifi and a tea/coffee maker, ( not that it really influenced me?!), and for €79 a night was good value.
We had another, unfortunate experience like we had on a previous trip, when we tried to get fuel. Many of the stations now are attached to a supermarket, are available ...
... varieties on the tables: raspberry, strawberry, peach and quince, marmalade, rhubarb, yellow plum, pear, and green tomato and candied lemon (the label read "Please Love Me."), among others. I tried a dollop of Please Love Me, and it was't too bad. It was odd at first because all you could taste were tomatoes, but suddenly the lemon kicked in and it was quite nice.
I once again could not get my door open after breakfast. Stan happened to walk by, so ...
... of Chartres, so I won't be able to bring a sample back for anyone. You'll just have to imagine how chocolaty and creamy they are. ;)
Somewhere along the road we passed a small farm. There was a small doghouse under what was probably the kitchen window. On top of the doghouse was a small goat, and on the windowsill were a cat and another small goat. I can't remember what was in the field, whether it was a horse or a sheep (Can you blame me? You don't see ...
... to be the "UK corner" as we had Scottish, Irish and English neighbours. After our shower and hair washing, we just had a lazy day reading again. Lovely. There was another terrific storm in the evening though.
It was rather cloudy start to today. However, I got the washing down before we went into town. We mooched around the market, getting some supplies then had lunch ...
... a fortress and overlooking the river Vienne just before it joins the Loire. The streets are all cobbled and generally not designed or permitted for cars so the whole town is a walking town through narrow winding streets and filled with wonderful shops and restaurants. What more can you ask for? OK How about a hotel right in the middle of it with white stone walls built several centuries ago with a winding spiral staircase leading to your room on ...