Chateau de la Cazine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... dimension to the area. Today we visited several of these castles - Chambord and Chenonceau were especially magnificent. While they are simply tourist attractions in 2014, one can only imagine the lives lived in what we now consider to be history.
Tours has been underwhelming and the weather has been cold and wet but we've continued to be amazed by what we have found exploring this part of the world.
Next stop Bordeaux...
... the announcements over the PA system (all in French of course) and could hear Gerrans' name a lot, we started to wonder just what was going on. Confirmation came from an Aussie fella on a hotel balcony who said the OGE had won and 'Gerro' was in the Maillot Jaune! What a day! Tried to get to the presentation stage but the crowds were pretty thick, instead walked home via the team buses, where we saw Cadel giving interviews at BMC and then the ramshackle operation that ...
... what I needed. Namely a phone recharge, baguette and red wine and left. Out into the raging storm I went. Head bowed to the ferocity of the wind, the rain stinging my cheeks as much as drenching my less than waterproof chinos. Well it was almost that bad. It was windy, stingy and i was wet. But a km out of town a young woman from cusey took pity on me and pulled over to give me a lift. I was passed by a lot of cars everywhere I walked but ...
Now is the time you think I wish I could stay longer there's so many lovely places to visit; but time beckons us home and there is much to do when we get back on the house; office; garden; my birthday party!!! so Au revoir France ...we love you and we will be back again soon I hope!
Our last three stops on route home to Dunkirque have been relaxing. Lake de Saint Pardoux by the lake ...