Domaine des Portes de Sologne Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... vins where we sampled several local wines. We had our picnic in the shadow of the castle at Amboise before walking up the hill to Leonardo DaVinci's last residence. The museum had models of dozens of DaVinci's inventions, some of which that we could even interact with. He really had an incredible mind. We bought some fresh quiches and pastry at a boulangerie and had another picnic by the river. A wonderful visit to the Loire! And still so much to see! We will have to ...
... Woods Garden where Ivor found an ideal log for us to perch on – just enjoying the silence as we ate our lunch - surrounded by great peace and tranquillity.
Villandry is still privately owned by Henri Carvello the great-grandson of Joachim. Time passed far too quickly and we left in awe of this beautiful Chateau and garden. If ever you are in the Loire Valley, Chateau Villandry is a MUST – especially for ...
... We get a little lost trying to get out of the Old Town as the Navman & Clint are a little confused. We eventually find the exit and we are on our way to Paris.
We are all so glad we went to Gijon. It was a great time we had. We hope to return one day in the summer,and stay longer.
We are all feeling a little apprehensive about heading to Paris, but Tess really isn't keen to go there. We spend a good part of the trip answering her questions, ...
We then grabbed dinner at the Tabac across the street - which turned out to be an unfulfilling experience for Carissa since there was nothing without meat not he menu. Some salad and greasy duck later we were on the road headed back to Paris. The peripherique was clogged with traffic and we had to gas the car up before returning. Finding gas was stressful since our freemium offline navigation app Sygic (wonderful app, impractical approach to pricing) ...
... towards river management – allowing rivers to erode land and flood over plains i.e. allowing them to breathe. The idea is that rivers normally dissipate their energy laterally through eroding their banks. By humans reinforcing banks and building dikes the river’s energy transferred to digging an ever deeper river bed ~ this effects both water quality and natural habitat.
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