Auberge de la Maille d'Or
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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A when I tell people that I'm going to Blois, I generally got a pretty blank stare which, to honest I didn't know about it until Merinda said I was going there. Blois is located on the banks of the Loire river, south west of Paris. So, this little place that not many people have heard of, what was the reason for going there. Well, just a 20 minute train ride away to Amboise is the Château du Clos Luce, the place where Leonardo Da Vinci spent his last ...
... and drive in early in the morning. We will stay one night and spend two days sight seeing before heading to Disneyland.
Tess is happier.
Then we cross the border into France. There is a road block and French soldiers carrying machine guns and one with road spikes in hand stopping all the cars. One approached our car looked inside the drivers window and then ushered us on.
We are all glad Clint is clean shaven.
It is confronting. We tell the kids they ...
Very wet here now but still reasonably warm, moving slowly North and heading for Rouen today. We heads to IKEA en route to Oissel and had a little shop for goodies for the Motorhomes before heading to the aire at Oissel. Decent weather and lovely to walk on the banks of the Seine again. A good night at Oissel ...
... it would rain soon, so we pedalled hard to get to our destination before the rain would start. The path followed a farm on one side and park on the other side closer to the river. This area was swampy and the path was covered in swarms of small bugs. We were pelted by bugs for 10km, my legs and arms were covered in small bugs that stuck to my sweaty hairy skin. Helen got some bugs in her ear that buzzed loudly and she killed it ...
... tapestries and armour. Although writing this I kind of regret it now as it really beautiful.
Chateau de Cheverny, owned by the Hurault family for 6 centuries, wow, now that saves on moving costs! They still live here. The rooms open to the public are richly furnished and decorated, walls full of silk wall hangings,
well the didn't have wall paper back then, I don't suppose that will come back in vogue, what at the price ...