Hotel Restaurant Cheops
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... around the village, quite pleasant. Tours is 7 km away with a cycle path all the way, will give that a go tomorrow with the dogs in their trailer.
It was a bit grey this morning and the forecast was for rain during the day, anyway not to be put off I took the dogs for a walk to a beach on the River Loire, they had a good run before we went back for breakfast, then the rain came and went ...
... 8217;s not wrong, but we’re not doing it…… (watch this space….)
Ended the day in Brehemont, after a few miles of treacherous driving, thanks SatNAv!!. Beautiful campsite, although a little oddity with the toilet paper, one roll for three toilets, you must guess what you need and take it in with you!!
Lesson learned in the pub, don’t ask for a small and a large beer, large is ½ pint, small is ...
... some free time for photography, and then repair to "L'Orangerie" restaurant on the grounds of the Chateau for an excellent lunch of baked pork. We return to the banks of the Loire River to the town of Rochecorbon to walk at the Troglodyte Hotel and take a short boat trip on the Loire. It is the longest "wild" river (i.e., no dams) in France. It is a tranquil and relaxing trip, but the winds ...
... The tunnel was used during the Second World War when the Germans occupied part of the Chateau to hide rebels. Second surprise: The spectacular painted wood panelling in the Chateau was only uncovered when the grandfather of the current owner ran his spinning top into the wattle and dawb panelling as a child to expose the panelling underneath. Apparently the the occupier at the time of the revolution recognised the ...
Today we rode bikes down river for a picnic and that had inspired me to tell about our wildlife. In the wall beside our home nest a family of bluetits and many skinks. Cuckoos, blackbirds, pigeons and magpies abound, and down by the river are heron. On the front lawn and climbing the linden tree is a squirrel which ...