Hostellerie La Croix Blanche - Fontevraud
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... stop the sun was shining, but it was bitterly cold. We were each wearing as many layers as we could without looking quite like Michelin men.
It took about 20 mins to get to the centre of Tours and cost 1.50e each return! Apparently you get 1 hours travel for 1.50. We thought this was for 1 journey.
... our baguette from a Petit Casino!
On a beautiful sunny morning we set off towards Brive to join the free A20 motorway and enjoyed the journey. The road is lined with a lot of silver birches and they looked lovely with their trunks shining in the sun. We left the motorway at Chateauroux and ...
... as big as a poached eggs absolutely delicious, crisp crunchy baguette, prawns, and some kind of sea snail that is very tough and chewy with a very strange taste. Well, langoustines...? hmm not sure about those funny little tiny lobster things with very hard shells. We finish our lovely seafood lunch with a coffee. Second best coffee so far. As we leave we give our parking ticket and space to an American woman, ...
As we wind our way down into the valley a heavy fog covers everything. Visibility was down to 50 metres at times.
5 hours later and the fog has not lifted as we speed along driving as safely and as fast as we can. It is still foggy as we approach the deviation past Paris on our way to Saumur. All the way from the French alps to the Loire valley across France.
Lucas is tootling along at 160 klm and we come up behind an ...
Ever since I read 'The Devil's Brood' By Sharon Kay Penman I had been wanting to visit this area of France. Between Le Mans, Samur and Chinon, played out the trubulent lives of Eleanor, her Husband Henry II and her sons Richard Coeur d' Leon & John. Henry, Richard and Eleanor are all buried at Fontevraud Abbey. Whilst the exact location of their graves are uncertain, their tomb effigies have been very well preserved and sit in the Abbey today. This was quite a unique order at this Abbey as ...