Chateau de Ternay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ternay
... the train station was and another passenger offered advice in English. He was also catching the train I was. I asked him if there were luggage lockers at the station and he wasn't sure but walked with me to the station while I asked. On the way to the station we chatted and he owned a cycling tour transport company in England which did drop off and pick ups - no tour leading. He then asked if I would like to join him for a bite ...
... unusual. The French are connoisseurs with many foods and wine but not the coffee we were accustomed with. I looked out the window this afternoon and walking through the car park was a man (a Billy Connelly look alike) with a crow sitting on his forearm! The evening was spent with Sue and Peter - and was very entertaining. Peter reminds me so much of Ted Forsyth and has such a wonderful dry wit. We dines next door at the restaurant owned by the hotel ...
... mainly) We followed a rocky bush track most of the way home. We all felt the joints rattling by the time we made it to the sealed track. There was quite a lot of giggling on the way home. Details of our ride To end the day we headed up the steep path to the Chinon fortress and pasts some very old and dilapidated troglodytes and plenty of graffiti. The view over Chinon was spectacular. We then descended down a very very steep ...
... of the houses - the mystery was solved today - they are the residential letterboxes and when there is a yellow box included it is the box for posting letters. On our travels today we went through a number of very rural villages with amazing veggie plots - with their own handmade garden sculptures. I don't think these are acting as scarecrows but more a tradition within the village and I doubt a point of interest ...
... laid our picnic supplies out on two picnic tables and starting g feasting on the wonderful local produce. Along stream a little was a group of people building rafts. We offered them our left overs and they were grateful. They were a youth community building rafts to sail the river. There were a couple of rafts already finished and moored at the edge of the water - one powered with bicycle chain and cog. They did have a couple of dogs with the. That ...