Hotel Le Plantagenet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Plantagenet Chinon
character hotel next to the Joan of Arc square. Rooms were large and had all the necessary amenities. the beds were soft and my back hurt in the morning.
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It was difficult to leave Azay le Rideau this morning once again, we did not get a chance to visit the Chateau or shop in this cozy little town. The weather was a brisk 5 degrees C, luckily we brought several layers for biking and full length gloves. A week ago in Spain I was wondering why we brought these warm clothes when the climate was so hot, …
... a book and a half and spent the days resting. I think I might have to find a gym once I am 100% better as I eat too much bread, Quiche and pastries here with little to no exercise. Hopefully I will be back at school on Monday. And then the end of the week is Christmas holidays for a few weeks. Sorry there isn't much to say. I hope everyone is well. Love Hannah ...
... a scarf to school, and when I am outside I am still cold.
The weekday consists of:
Wake up at 6, bus at 7:10, school starts at 8-9 (depending on the day). Lunch at 12-1, and finish school at 6pm. Except on Wednesday when we finish at 12. YAY!
There has been no snow yet :( but maybe in January :)
Won't be able to update until next weekend probably.
Love Hannah xo
... day, but require aren't staffed, and our credit card isn't accepted. We fortunatley had enough fuel for our small amount of travel sightseeing the next day, which was Sunday, until the next day when there would be an attendant available at one of the facilities.
Sunday we went to the nearby town of Chinon to visit the Chateau De Chinon, which is a medieval chateau, where the royalty used to live, although over the centuries ...
... yes another 200 we got to the cathedral. There were quite a lot of people there & quite a lot of people were walking the labyrinth. Everyone was very respectful & it was really moving that people are still using the labyrinth after hundreds of years. It was built during the second decade of the 13 th century. The cathedral was being worked on but the windows were amazing. After lunch we left to come home checking with Gypsy the best way. She said it was ...