Hotel de L'Europe
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... French he tells them he has paid for parking and shows them the ticket he has placed inside the front window. "No monsieur you may not park here you must park on the other side of the street'. While this conversation is going on a lady calls out park here monsieur i am leaving" The parking inspectors let him park the car and walk on without issuing a fine. We can relax now and enjoy the beautiful meal ...
... palm trees, roses and apparently Charlotte tells us there is a tame crane, but we never see it. The property which is quite extensive was a nursery until Charlottes husband passed away five years ago. There are 2 gites and the main residence. Charlotte is absolutely delightful and so helpful. She gives us impromptu lessons in French.
Kitchen, dining and bedroom with shower and toilet downstairs. The whole of the second level is a huge suite with a ...
Back in March, we developed a friendship with a junior high school in Tours through an Ashley Hall alum (and an alum of the Immersion program.) Julie Randazzo, who now lives full-time in Tours as a college student, has been teaching English at this school all year, and they recently inquired about having American pen-pals. Julie thought of us! And how fortunate that we had already planned a visit to their town this summer!
We were able to ...
... br> Friday was another in day in class. Friday afternoon was the first day I felt "traveler fatigue." I walked home (only 4 miles, but hey, who's counting?) to have some quiet time to myself. My host mom lives across the river from Tours in a town called St. Cyr, which is mostly residential with only a tiny "downtown" market area.
After I got home, my poor blistered up feet (the Sperrys I bought had obviously not been broken in well enough) cried out ...
... and had great views of the river. The romantic exterior, though, is the real reason to visit Azay-le-Rideau.
Our final chateau of the day was the chateau that I remembered most vividly from French class: Chenonceau. I can't decide whether Chenonceau or Villandry was my favorite chateau. Chenonceau is breathtakingly grand with splendid surroundings, and boasts a completely unique architecture (its grand gallery forms a bridge across ...