Inter-Hotel Le Sully
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... off for a seven month trip. Par un beau jour we shall do the same but this time are content with 67 days away and are looking forward to being home. Some great plans for Xmas and a call into IKEA at Rouen to look at their Xmas goodies for decorating our home. Still some frost lingering in the long grass and sparkling in the low morning ...
... knew what she wanted!
After Azay we drove to Chateau Usse, but it was closed. A sign noted that the chateau would re-open in February. We give it a miss, although a young woman leaving through the gate lets Cath step in to take a photo. It is the chateau that inspired Charles Perrault when he wrote Sleeping Beauty. Walt Disney also used Usse as the model for the castle in the cartoon film Sleeping Beauty, and the castle in Disneyland. It does look like a fairy princess castle ...
... there we bought wine & beer in an Intermarche we passed but it was another lovely small town. Hotel in the main square was fine & we showered and went to have a look round after too much drinking in our room so we suddenly decided to have a kebab outside a little place & hate to say it but it was great! Peter therefore slept very soundly but not me as the old couple next door must have been deaf as their TV was on very loud till around ...
Early start this morning to try finish early to give the old body a chance to recover! Left this morning at 7am and arrived Mamers just after 2pm which is respectable I suppose. Stopped to take photos, fed a horse and had lunch along the way, but it was a good 83 miles with decent roads.
Did some washing today as well. Think ...
... We were somewhat disappointed at how scruffy everywhere was, rather like Chatham. We took a few phone photos of cars, and the trams coming up the quite steep street, so we shall have to see what they come out like. We left
there around 4.00pm and drove a further 11 miles, with silly sat-nav taking us down some very tiny country lanes to a village called Montbizot which had a much nicer Aire next to a play park. Room for about a dozen ...