Auberge de la Maille d'Or
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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A more relaxed start today as we left Orleans about 10am for Chateau de Chambord. This chateau is huge compared to others like Chenonceau. The buildings are located on a massive estate of 5440ha that is surrounded by a national park. There are 426 rooms, 282 fireplaces and 77 staircases. Not all the rooms are open for viewing, otherwise we ...
... the side view and the river and the gardens....wow!
Simply, the attached photos don't do justice to reality. The interior of the Chateau was also difficult to record in photos - the rooms were beautifully restored.
We drove on to Orleans late in the afternoon and had a perfectly French meal in a restaurant close to our town centred ...
... centre for a bit, and up to the cathedral, really nice bakeries around here, that make really nice quiches and great coffee.
Wanted to get into Paris early so didn't stay long but I liked this place, really nice.
Watch out for the trams tho, they are real quiet.
... 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 ...
... been our favourite. It is truly magnificent, relatively small and built over the River Cher. It also has a fascinating history with kings, wives and mistresses all being owners of the castle at some time. At least three kings and five queens of France lived in the castle during its heyday. A lot of the interior is authentically decorated with furniture and art of the various owners. For instance, on hearing of the death of Henry III of France, his widow ...