Logis Domaine de l'Arbrelle
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... and finished tonight. We checked out the shops, which were really nice, but didn't see anything I wanted to buy, thank god, there's no room for me to carry anything more, and the panniers are heavy enough. Enjoying a couple of beers in the afternoon sunshine has become quite a habit, John's particularly good at finding a bar, and finishing off my beer as well. Tomorrow we head to Orleans, about 60 kms away, but with a detour to Chambord, the most famous Chateau in the ...
... to stop and ask for directions. A young lady was particularly helpful, but John being John was sure she had it wrong. He's pretty good with directions, so i followed him in the opposite direction to the advice we.'d been given, and sure enough we were back at our hotel in no time. It's been a pretty tiring day, so Johns asleep, while I try to hang out till later so that I might sleep a bit later in the morning. I'm a bit over waking well before it's even daylight, and it's light about 5.00 am. ...
This morning was grey, wet, and the long drive took it's toll on our enthusiasm for Chateau D'Oiron near Loudun. This chateau is quite austere and shows little warmth and sign of having been lived in. The main point is that it has a display of quirky modern art installations. The basic theme is that some of the old ...
Our guests walked 8 kms before breakfast and we spent some time notionally spending the prize from the lottery drawn last night. After checking our tickets at Juan's coffee shop we put together a picnic and spent the day beside the Vienne river and at Chateau Rivau to keep within our original budgets. Rivau, being a Chateau of the Beauvau family who were supporters of the counts of Anjou, was fortified in 1445 and 'Royal stables' were built soon after. Jean of Arc ...
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Next stop was lunch - I had a great Coq au Vin
At this point the Tour Director decided that extreme fatigue had descended upon the tour group and that we should head home for an afternoon siesta - although at 4:15pm, it was a little late for an afternoon siesta.
Whilst some rested I scaled the hill at our estate to visit the chapel and then a short walk to see our local river...then home for dinner