Domaine De Roiffé
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... cheese that was a very mild, pleasant flavor.
Mmmmm….now I’m hungry again!
So I’ve been reading books while I’m on the train, believe it or not but the countryside does not hold ones attention for hours at a time (go figure). I’ve worked my way through two more books by Erik Larson. My poor dad can attest to the fact that his books are more for those who appreciate a good biography. ...
Today turned out to be a day of surprises...another beautiful sunny day (that wasn't a surprise). We had decided to visit a few different small villages along the way to Chinon. The first village was a little underwhelming, a place we chose as it was reported to be a beautiful wooded village. We did drive through some pretty spectacular forest to get there but the village turned out to be not much really. From there ...
... Tours stealing the remains and taking them back to Tours. From there, an after lunch walk up a very extremely bumpy cobbled street to a look out that had great views of the surrounding area, including the nuclear power station which is just around the corner from where we are staying. This area is reknowned for its evidence of troglodytes. We passed a few caves on our way up. Harsh way to live. Late afternoon back to our cottage for some reading and relaxing in the ...
... with of course, magnificant views. There has been a building on this site since 962, the basic outlay of what is there today comes from 1200's, with a reno in the 1300's. It became a safe place for Protestants during the wars of religion. This was not a place used by French royals so quite austere, none of usual excessive decorations, but interesting, apparently Napolean turned it into prison for a while. Lunch wasn't quite to our usual standard of ...
As our days in the Loire Valley are quickly coming to an end, and we are still in the grip of a heatwave, we decided to see what is north of Tours. When we went to the Vouvray wine festival with Kerrie and Michael, the owner of this Chateau was at the event. After driving through some lovely, very French, ...