Hotel Gambetta

7 Rue Gambetta, Tours, Loire Valley, Centre, France | Hotel
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Da Vinci and Wine

A travel blog entry by browntravelco

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Once again a lazy start to the day but eventually we got on the road to Amboise! This is a very very pretty town with a lot more upmarket troglodyte living! Very hip. But the main highlight here was 'Clos Luce' Leonardo's last home for 3 years of his life which was a big ...

Lazy Days

A travel blog entry by browntravelco

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... had over 3 glasses...and that's before 11am! He took us through the incredible caves where barrels are left in a perfect temp to age. Really fantastic as it was a Chateau and all the stone was quarried from those caves, leaving tunnels and smaller homes, still had all the alcoves for pigeons to use as messengers. We got to our campsite nice and early to chill...this moving about can be hard ...

Amboise

A travel blog entry by ktmack

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... Chenonceau, Villandry, Chambord, Amboise, Tours. All spectacular in their own ways. Each place had such amazing history. And some are still in private hands! Some wine tasting in St Martin de Beau in an underground cellar was a great experience too. Christmas Day was so relaxed. We had some lovely roasts from the local boucherie. And some stunning cakes from the local patisserie. And, of course, potato bake for Riley! We had to rename it the ...

Kings, Queens & Castles

A travel blog entry by ruthiekinney

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... restaurant near the chateau and a browse through the shops we were off again.....there was still daylight and sunshine and another chateau to find. Another hour away was Chateau de Chenonceau. The drive alone passing through the picturesque town of Blois and following the riverside was a treat. De Chenonceau is said to be one of the most elegant and unusual in the Loire Valley. Spanning the Cher river via a series of graceful arches set amid stunning gardens it ...

Chateau country

A travel blog entry by harpersway

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So we depart Angers after a very delightful dinner the previous night. We have a glimpse of the Chateau d'Angers then a guided tour of the Chateau of Langeais and a meander around the village, which is beautiful. It has some of the most interesting buildings and a church that was it in half so a road could be put in. Amazing. ...

Location

This hotel, located on 7 Rue Gambetta, Tours, is near Musée des Beaux-Arts, Prieure de Saint-Cosme, Didier Champalou, and Musee du Gemmail.
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