Hotel du Manoir
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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Arrived on site at just gone 3pm, had a good trip, roads were very quiet and it was sunny the majority of the way. Unfortunately it starting raining as we were setting up, although it only lasted about ten minutes. The site is quite good although we have not had a good look around, we are on a large pitch right next to the free wi fi antenna ��. Have had a walk to the local bakery and ...
As we drive through Normandy, thinking of John Ponte, it's real Cidre country (not you Adam, Daniel or Emma, it’s not Dark Fruit Cidre !!!!)
Have had our first French Tabac experience in Broglie Tabac, Bar, Coffee and Betting shop very diverse and busy. Penny a little upset as everyone wearing wellies and she loves wellies.
Oh dear, Mark looked in the estate agent windows, realised how cheap property is and now has huge ...
We save the best for last - visiting the incredible Chateau de Chenonceau built spanning the River Cher in the 16th Century. The architecture of this castle is unique in the world, and it is the most visited in the Loire Valley. It is well furnished, and has so many gorgeous original artworks that it qualifies as an art museum in its own right.
After exploring the gardens and the castle ...
Rented a car at the Paris airport and off to look for castles in the Loire valley. very quick trip/overnight. it took so long to get out of paris proper that by the time we got to the valley it was dinner time. We stayed in Blois at a recommended B&B...hard to find but a good find with a nice room in a very old building...and a bathroom we could turn around in! walked around the town ...
... the castle and, apparently, each year, they are changed. This year was the 1920s. All of the mannequins, which were mostly female, had on crazy dresses. Michelle and I wanted to steal a few of them but had a better time laughing at the makeup. There was a church, the cellar and the stables to follow the castle. By the time we left the church the rain had stopped. Of course, when we had to leave. We took a few last photos and headed of again. Two hours later, we arrived at Azay ...