Chateau de la Motte
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... our change in coins we were off.
Villandry is famous for its garden ,huge formal and to give you an idea 52 kms of box hedge , 14 full time gardeners , lots more casual and 2 hours for 2 tear stained garden lovers to walk around , every thing was perfect from the lawns to the vegetable " patch" it really did make you want to weep. We gave the building a miss.
Back to Loches to have look at the chateau etc in the town finished our dinner from the night before and walked ...
... France, other atrocities and the circumstances and result of the atrocity of 10th June, 1944.
The museum was very interesting and informative.
We then entered the original village which is a very sobering experience. Everything has more or less been left as it was after the massacre became known to the world. There are burnt out and rusted cars in the streets and in garages. The bakers shop still has rusted scale ...
... trip, never mind actually packing it and bringing it home! Anyway, the whole thing was great fun.
I went with the Magnificent Seven afterwards for a picnic dinner by the river. One couple had bought grapes, a container of olives and peppers, apples, brie, crackers, Boursin, two baguettes, and wine. It was pretty good stuff and a nice setting. It got dark pretty quickly but it was a warm evening.
Tomorrow's going to be a long bus day. Oy.
... every day!), but all they needed was a musician from Bremen to come along and get something started.
Virginie gave a little talk about the average French person's life. The most common male name in France is Jean, and the most common female name is Marie; Martin is the most common surname. So she spun a little story about Jean Martin. Jean does not meet his girlfriend in college like a lot of Americans might. College is for studying, not for having fun! Jean meets ...
... br> We rented two bikes from our hotel and set out on a lovely bike path along the Loire River. How wonderful--to cruise along with forest on one side and river on the other. No helmet, no clipped-in shoes, no padded bike shorts, no gps telling us when to turn. We were on our own, with a little map we'd gotten from the visitor center. But the route was pretty well marked, taking us past small villages and houses beside fields of sunflowers or grapes ...