Domaine De Roiffé
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... first day of rain, (probably since Edinburgh!), so we only had short walk in town before back to the hotel to read and for me to write this travel blog.
Tomorrow we take the big highways and some toll roads towards Paris. First to Orly Airport to drop the car off, then into the heart of Paris to the apartment which will our home for a few days.
I wanted to add 'my impressions of France':
We have again really enjoyed ...
... to Chinon, I walked into town to buy a couple of jam spoons that I had really wanted to get in 2009, but at that time the shop was closed each time I went by. I looked for these particular jam spoons throughout the rest of that tour but never found them. This time the shop was open, so I was able to get what I wanted. Yay!
At 6:00 p.m. we had a wine tasting with Laurent. He was very funny and taught us all sorts of stuff about wine, which I ...
... a party given by mutual friends. They hit it off and at some point decide to marry. They might get married in a church -- the religious setting makes for such nice photos -- but they must get married beforehand at City Hall by the mayor or the mayor's representative. Marriage is not recognized by the State if there is only a religious ceremony. Jean and Marie will have a big party afterward, maybe at a chateau, and it will go all night (though the newlyweds will slip away ...
... On the way back, we met a couple, Gill and Gerry, who were parked near us on the campsite. Gerry spent a lot of the afternoon popping in and out of our van with questions and chat! What a character! They were with friends but that was not working out so well so they set off the next day without them, perhaps never meeting up again? Who knows! It certainly passed our ...
... little town of Chinon. From the staircase you can see the fortress on the hill and the stone church with the towering steeple.
Today after a delicious breakfast of warm breads, croissants, fruit, cereal, hard-boiled eggs, ham and cheese, we headed out to explore, pleased when we found ourselves at the fortress overlooking the town and Vienne River. We wandered around the ancient buildings, climbing stone turrets and walkways, winding our ...