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Many would dream of a hot summer holiday. For me it was way too much of a good thing.
And apart from the air conditioning of the 'Hotel Skoda' we had to rely on the pool and the local sparkling whites to find some relief. Still, we found some other wonderful things to occupy our time.
There's too much to cover so I'll quickly mention a few:
Chateau de Saumur
On our first visit to the regional centre on the Loire, Saumur, ...
... centuries four families would live in the château. It was remodelled in the 17th century and the moat dried out in the 18th century. It was abandoned in 1766. The château was sold as a national asset in 1798. It was a military hospital in WW1 and registered as an historic monument in 1943, but it was slowly deteriorating until 1990 when the owner reassigned it to the Saint-Mesmin Château Association. Since this time it has been partially restored and is ...
... in hospital so we enjoyed walking around a local supermarket which was open (not too many are open on Sunday in France). We enjoyed looking around this hypermarket with a huge range of products. It was good to see the range of local and fresh produce as well as ready prepared meals to take home - as you will see in the images. Sally suggested we visit Vouvant, one of a number of ...
... a big car so they tell you it's an upgrade!! Upon entering the car, Brad saw it had an inbuilt GPS, and, after checking it worked, the hired GPS was returned!
Our car trip took about 1h 15min and we arrived just after 7:00pm at Sally's home. It was lovely to be so warmly welcomed and made to feel at home very quickly. We have parked the car across the road at a neighbour's house and it was lovely that they were able to join us for pre-dinner drinks. We ...
lovely area, and caravan park, owned by a UK couple and frequented mostly by Brits, so we were able to have conversations again!
We finally got the caravan serviced by a British guy who "retired " to France.
Really enjoyed Thouars markets which sold everything fresh - meat, seafood, ...