L'Hostellerie du Chateau
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Arrived on site at just gone 3pm, had a good trip, roads were very quiet and it was sunny the majority of the way. Unfortunately it starting raining as we were setting up, although it only lasted about ten minutes. The site is quite good although we have not had a good look around, we are on a large pitch right next to the free wi fi antenna ��. Have had a walk to the local bakery and ...
As we drive through Normandy, thinking of John Ponte, it's real Cidre country (not you Adam, Daniel or Emma, it’s not Dark Fruit Cidre !!!!)
Have had our first French Tabac experience in Broglie Tabac, Bar, Coffee and Betting shop very diverse and busy. Penny a little upset as everyone wearing wellies and she loves wellies.
Oh dear, Mark looked in the estate agent windows, realised how cheap property is and now has huge ...
... a bit cold. Everyone warms up with a wine tasting at a local shop.
Returning to the hotel, we have some time to pack for departure tomorrow. After a brief farewell party in the hotel's bar we drive to the town of Tours for dinner -- a gastronomic extravaganza at a local Michelin-rated restaurant: Charles Barrier. It is a perfectly delicious ending to an opulent and extravagant tour!
We spend the day castle-hopping in the Eastern part of the Loire Valley. We start at Chambord, which was initiated by King Francis the First in 1519 when he was just 25 years old. It was originally intended as a hunting lodge, but its vast size makes it one of the most magnificent chateaux we've seen.
The castle makes good use of the double spiral staircase, which was probably inspired by DaVinci. It ...
... the shock until my weight brought me down to the ground with bruises on my legs and an embarrassed face. I was alright though, it was a bonding experience for Ken and I, and it made the journey more rewarding as we passed by Leonardo da Vinci’s home and biked through hills and flat lands.
Chenonceau was breathtaking. A castle fit for a king but also for a family. The castle is hidden behind a fresh and peaceful forest covered in tall and beautiful green trees that ...