Hotel Val De Loire
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left St. Malo and stopped at Fougeres to see the St. Leonard church and the public gardens. We walked the ramparts and took photos of one of the largest medieval castles in France. We drove to Chinon in the Loire valley to visit some chateaus.
All we have been seeing so far in the countryside is corn, no grapes. They grow a lot of corn here. We asked ...
... to the hotel - was about 1.5km and hopefully down hill. What I hadn't planned on was the lack of path or where there was a path it was gravel. I was hot and tired when I finally reached the corner where the hotel was supposed to be. I called out to a waitress through the open windows of a restaurant if she knew where the Quercy hotel was and she came out running and helping me - was next door and part of the restaurant. Checked in ...
... quite a few to go. Peter entertained me with quite a few Irish jokes until we realised the table or burley blokes beside us were the Irish bikies who had parked their bikes down stairs at our hotel. The topic changed to general comedy and Peter recounted a number of his favourite comedy skits. Mains were delicious too, Peter had a hamburger, Sue had tuna and I had a chicken skewer. My pick tonight was the trio of mushrooms - delicious and adventurous ...
... direction of a large shed where all doors were locked. After about 10 minutes circling the area (with the gps also clocking up a few more kms for our daily distance tally) we were heading back to the patisserie for more information when the grounds keeper arrived in a small van with a huge German shepherd puffing and panting over his shoulder and hanging out the drivers side window. Our morning cafe stop required us to detour about ...
In order to see a bit more of the area, and rather than taking our van off site, we decided to hire a car from the Renault garage opposite the campsite. We did this last year and found that it was cheaper to hire a car than two bicycles! It was only €25 for the day and we shared the cost with Brenda and Alex. Tim and Maggie did the same and shared with June and Arthur. We all met up at the Chateau D'Azay-Le-Rideau, about 30km from the site. There was plenty of parking near to ...