Hotel Henri IV
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Henri IV Sully-sur-Loire
A homely two star hotel with lovely staff. Very welcoming and hospitable. Not glamorous but a pleasant place to stay in lovely town. .
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Today marks the beginning of the Loire Nature section of the Eurovelo 6. This section goes from Orleans to Nevers, a distance of 223k. It is described as the transition from the Royal Loire with all of its chateaus to the wild Loire that man has tried to tame with canals and bridges. We leave the river along this section and follow the towpath …
... lost the whole day to Chambord. Again we found the photos we took did not do justice to the scale of the Chateau. After some exploring around some smaller villages we returned to Orleans. Here we visited the massive cathedral and wandered around the old town. On our last night in Europe we celebrated with Cafe Gourmand at a local ...
... the side view and the river and the gardens....wow!
Simply, the attached photos don't do justice to reality. The interior of the Chateau was also difficult to record in photos - the rooms were beautifully restored.
We drove on to Orleans late in the afternoon and had a perfectly French meal in a restaurant close to our town centred ...
Orleans is a lovely city.
Now we all know of Joan of Arc, but you have to read up a little to really know what she did.
I'll leave the reading to you, or you can ask Gary G, as he will probably know the whole story anyway. Most surprising is how young she was.
The day dawned sunny and warm. At last! We stayed on the barge while Stefan took us over the Pont Canal de Briare. This engineering marvel, designed by Effiel, is a canal within a bridge that goes over the Loire river. The Loire is basically non-navigatable. The canal system was built to allow commerce to flow.
There are literally millimetres to spare each side as he slowly guides the barge through. We then step off and walkback to where we left the ...