Logis Domaine de la Blairie
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... try the snails!
The next day, (and our last day day touring through the French countryside), we were hoping to have a look at least one of the many wineries in this part of the Loire Valley, with many of them storing the wine in caves, carved into the hills, as we had seen the day before. Luckily we had been to one on our first trip here, as we couldn'd find one open. (It was a Monday, after school holidays had finished.) This ...
We are staying here for another day. We aren't sure yet where we will go after this. But there are several places that we are considering, including Orleans, Blois and Chinon. It was a watery sun this morning. Lunch with Sue and Tony in Les Rairies. It is so good to catch up with someone who has been a friend for over 40 years. The rain started after lunch and we quickly did the shopping we needed before heading back to Monty. We found when we were at a previous aire, ...
... the village of Les Rairies. Sue and Tony have a lovely longhouse with a huge garden and two enormous dogs. Sadly for family reasons, they are planning to move to a house in Somerset. But we enjoyed catching up and tasting one of the local wines over our dinner. And we arrived back at the campsite to find another Brit motorhome parked ...
... at low tide , remembering the tidal range is huge in this part of the world. Dinard a small town further along the coast was our last place for the day , small and with a very enjoyable promenade and magnificent bel epoc mansions overlooking the beach the pick of the bunch . Dinner was a do it yourself affair cobbled together at the local super market washed down with a bottle of Chablis , a variation on salad Niciose preceded by a dozen oysters ( Ali ...
... There are also six or eight other flower gardens and vegetable gardens. I only learned the word "jardin" in school, but Virginie taught us that the word for vegetable garden is "potager," from which we get the word "potage." So, there were jardins, potagers, a water garden, a sun garden, and a maze. I walked through the maze, but it was very small and impossible to get lost in. Disappointing, really. The potagers had rose bushes at the corner of each bed ...