Chateau du Vau

Address: near Tours, Ballan Mire, Centre, 37510, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on near Tours, Ballan Mire, is near Chateau de Villandry, Les Grottes Petrifiantes, and Chateau de Talcy.
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      Travel Blogs from Ballan Mire

      Tour of the Towers of Tours

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Feb 08, 2015

      45 photos

      ... 3rd highest in France. I think Amiens is the highest but not sure where is 2nd - possibly Metz or Beauvais?
      It was mainly built in the 12thC and has beautiful stained glass most of which is 13thC
      We went for a look at the Loire ,which looked very full. it was too cold and windy to venture very far out onto ...

      What a difference a day makes.......

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Feb 07, 2015

      10 photos

      ... cold outside.

      We have 'done' the Loire valley several times, but cannot remember visiting Tours. Although it is Sunday tomorrow, there is a bus into the city centre, so we have decided to go and have a look around. we are going to stay here for 2 nights and then make a dash for the Channel!
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      Neige

      A travel blog entry by hannahenfrance on Jan 19, 2015

      2 comments

      Quick update, there was a little bit of snow today!! I was in English Class and my friend suddenly said "Hannah! Look! It's snowing!" (In French). It was raining and snowing too, it was so pretty because it was gentle and in flurries.

      Goodnight
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      Bonne Année

      A travel blog entry by hannahenfrance on Jan 07, 2015

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... little kids came around with these buckets of little colourful balls, they looked like gumballs or mentos. So my Kiwi friend, April, and I took one and we literally both went to eat them when the french people shouted no at us. It was pretty confusing. Then it was explained that they're not actually edible!! You take heaps and throw them at everyone in the room and so forth. It was very fun, pegging them at people!!! I also ...

      Visiting Chinon

      A travel blog entry by gjfsewell on May 11, 2014

      4 photos

      ... a special exhibition in the ancient fortress. When Lois and I came to Chinon in 1970, the cliff top castle was in disrepair. We could not afford the entrance fee, and what I most remember are the vast scale of the ramparts and the tiny lizards scurrying over the cliffs at its base. The French Government has just spent millions of euros on its restoration. Its fortifications, started before William the Conqueror's time, are brand new. As we walk through the the royal ...