Hotel de L'Europe
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Today Sonia & I went to see the Chateau Brissac, which dates back to 1620. Sonia's host mom was nice enough to take us-- it is about a 10 minute ride from Angers. Unfortunately it was breezy, cool and overcast today, but we had a ball. It is so neat to tour the old castles and imagine what person stood where we ...
We headed down the road to Chinon, found the tourist office and headed out on the bikes. Saw some spectacular sites along the route - lots of sunflowers and some great castles! In the evening we wandered around town, then cooked up some dinner with a great view down the ...
... special Normandy Apple scroll for lunch. Then we were on our way to Candes Saint Martin. We arrived, checked out the town (not much happening!) then found a camp site. Cooked up some dinner then went for a cruise on the bikes. Some incredibly cute little streets around here!! After a cold shower we hit the ...
... of which there were none, so continued on to the hotel (underpass) which was air-conditioned and had a cuppa and shared a cake there. We only had about 40 minutes to spare so did not have time for a full lunch - instead opting to grab something from the train station to eat on the train. Back to the cake - it cost €6.50 but was so worth it. Chocolate on the outside, a bit of cake inside but in the very centre was a dense flavoursome raspberry soft filling - a ...
... upon the local chateau and simply had to visit. It had a fabulous collection of centuries old tapestries and ceramic ware. It was amazing to stand where and archer might have stood, ready to defend the chateau.
Chateau de Breze
Marketed as a chateau below a chateau, it had some 4.5km of tunnels and rooms dug out of the local tufa stone underneath a delightful more conventional chateau above. It had the deepest dry moat ...