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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... as we checked out the town and the chateau. We also found the place where Leondardo Da Vinci had lived for a while, but it was unimpressive. The next leg wound thru farmlands, vineyards and gorgeous villages. No sooner had we left one village, than we were heading into the next. We had lunch beside the river, just as it started to rain. By the time we got our coats on, and our waterproof covers for our panniers, it had stopped. The sky still looked ominous, and sure ...
We travelled along the "Path of Freedom" milestones which are stationed at every mile for 1000 miles from Normandy to Belgium. We continued to Loure Valley along the Brittany coastline. Brittony is more Irish or Scottish than French. Our tour director told us about the 100 year war. We stopped for a rest at the Rock of Ferries which is very much like ...
... formed part of the massive scale D day operation in which France was heavily invaded by allied troops, in an attempt to push back the Germans. Pointe du Hoc in particular was invaded by a number of troops of incredibly brave American soliders (Rangers) who came ashore by small boats from England, after waiting for favorable conditions of a full moon and low tide. We initially went to a viewing area where a short documentary was being played and ...
... History (for anyone considering it, don't bother). I was in and out having looked at everything within 25 minutes! The set up was aimed more at children with little interactive games and display and surprisingly (not) it was all in French which made it even less appealing.
The views around Blois and the Loire River are beautiful and I imagine even more so when its not raining!
The next stop on my adventure is Porto, Portugal.
... 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 ...