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... so really cool as aspects of Medieval
Architecture, right up to the 19th Century. Very grand and outside on
the roof is a maze of wonderful turrets, chimneys etc. We said it was
where the fairies lived and Ella loved it, big discussions as to
whose was whose room! Another plus for the low season, this is packed
during the summer, but we practically had the chateau ...
... is the private property of the Vibraye family complete with much of the original 17th century furniture. In 1914, the owner opened the château to the public, one of the first to do so. The family still operates it, and Château Cheverny remains a top tourist attraction and is renowned for its magnificent interiors and its collection of furniture and tapestries. A pack of some seventy dogs are also kept on the grounds and are taken out for hunts twice ...
... off for a seven month trip. Par un beau jour we shall do the same but this time are content with 67 days away and are looking forward to being home. Some great plans for Xmas and a call into IKEA at Rouen to look at their Xmas goodies for decorating our home. Still some frost lingering in the long grass and sparkling in the low morning ...
... Catherine ruled France as regent from her study at Chenonceau. She had the extension built over the river so there could be a ballroom for royal events.The owner of the chateau during the French revolution saved the chapel from being destroyed by using it as firewood storage. The grounds and gardens are lovely, and the sun appeared while we were there.
We spend the night in Amboise. We have dinner at a local restaurant and I order what I gather is a mixed grill, ...
... only had just under 2 hours before the place closed for the day, so we ran around seeing everything, going in to every room, taking a million photos. In the middle of the chateau is an amazing double staircase, with two individual staircases looping around, but never crossing paths with each other. I tried to take a photo to show how clever it looked, but of course failed. What a spectacular place. We made it up to the top balcony, took a heap of photos ...
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