Domaine de Valaudran
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Domaine de Valaudran Salbris
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... weather and it can easily be five or six sheets and a wet wipe too sometimes Have noticed at most of the camp sites there are lots of Dutch they bring everything and buy nothing. Our friends Derek and Ellie say the "NL" sticker stands for niner lemonarda cos that's the only thing they don't bring with them What a great multi-culteral trip we are having from the 1000s of orientals in Switzerland taking photographs of everything moving or ...
... and Andy took over the driving. Arrived Camping Les Saules around 2.15pm, without losing Alekzander at the next toll booth or arguing with Snoops. Set up and had a wander round, lovely clean site with lots of shade and nice sized pitches and no stupid hedges or sand! Decided to go for a wander in Cheverny, followed the cycle route but decided to take the quick route up the main road, hmmm not the best plan but we arrived without being squished. Not a lot in the village apart from ...
Moving on again and, to save the boys a few extra hours in the car, we decided to drop them off at Fontainebleau (pretty much on our direct route to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport) and for Mum and I to continue on our own. At least they could have a relaxed lunch and wander round the gardens. It was of course really sad waving Mum off but we ...
... and Carissa was having a hard time navigating. Also by by now everyone was tired and nerves were frayed. We finally found a place, filled up the tank and drove home.
Unloading our stuff outside the apartment turned into a nightmare. Our street is a one way with cars parked on one side. Its also quite busy and there was no place to park and unload the car. So I pulled into the adjacent apartment driveway to unload and then had a very impatient neighbor ...
Well, not much too interesting to share today as we spent the better part of the day traveling from Normandy to Saint-Aignan, in the Loire Valley. The entire trip took a bit over four hours of driving. We programmed the car GPS to take us on a mixture of scenic and fast routes, which actually worked out pretty well. We saw plenty of beautiful countryside, ...