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We set off early from Beaune to start the drive to the Loire Valley. Our first stop was Chateau de Chambord. This huge palace was first built by Francis I, King of France at the time that Henry VIII was King of England. Ben noticed that the castle had a moat and inside a special winding staircase (a double helix). On the ceiling, Ben and Jon noticed a fire breathing lizard (a salamander which was the emblem of Francis) and big letter ...
... Woods Garden where Ivor found an ideal log for us to perch on – just enjoying the silence as we ate our lunch - surrounded by great peace and tranquillity.
Villandry is still privately owned by Henri Carvello the great-grandson of Joachim. Time passed far too quickly and we left in awe of this beautiful Chateau and garden. If ever you are in the Loire Valley, Chateau Villandry is a MUST – especially for ...
... menu at a restaurant in the main square. Back to the tent for rest and recuperation. Very hot and we are being irritated by thunderbugs or thrips. We were under no illusions when we started that things might not always go our way. The campsite is a bit of a letdown and the bugs are bugging us. We are going to move on early tomorrow to the north coast. Bread, cheese and saucisson for ...
... they got planning permission! Came back via the Super U. Cooked goats cheese wrapped in pancetta drizzled with olive oil and honey on a bruschetta.. Went for a swim and then read my book for a couple of hours in the sun. It's a hard life! Reading in Daily Mail on line about trouble at Calais. I hope that it will be sorted by next week. We are booked in at a campsite for the last few days at Sangatte. It was cheap but got very good reviews on Somalian ...
... distance was an easy 30km. The hotel we stayed at is called L'ecu de Bretagne, it is rated a 3 star hotel that could easily be a 4 or 5 start rating in North America. The dinner at the hotel was another epic feast for the eyes, nose, mouth and tongue. The red wine from the region was outstanding, when first opened you could smell and taste the strong French oak, it then settled nicely 20 minutes after opening and got better after each ...