Hotel Jehan de Beauce
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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Very wet here now but still reasonably warm, moving slowly North and heading for Rouen today. We heads to IKEA en route to Oissel and had a little shop for goodies for the Motorhomes before heading to the aire at Oissel. Decent weather and lovely to walk on the banks of the Seine again. A good night at Oissel ...
We woke to the sound of pigeons cooing, surrounded by medieval luxury. We had our first traditional full French breakfast, french stick, ham, cheese followed by pastries, washed down with a bucket of coffee or chocolate.
Chartre was dominated by the Cathedral, the current version built from around 1060 after the Bishop set ...
It was a very misty morning. The grass play area had a low cloud hovering over the turf between the chalets and the camping cars.
A drive along the Loire. With the river high up its banks the road was safe because it was on the levee. We drove through Amboise to Blois, stopping at Chaumont-sur Loire. Then across country through Chateaudun to Thiron.
The weather had ...
... dry. (I'm writing this from my new hotel room in Chartres, and guess what: that damn hairdryer followed me!)
I went out in search of breakfast and was immediately struck by the humidity. Three, two, one: head o' frizz! It's not like I was cutting such a bella figura (wait, that's Italian) anyway, so might as well top everything off with a rat's nest.
Either I left the hotel a bit too early (probably ten minutes to 10:00) or nothing opens on Sundays, but I passed ...
... to purchase his book when I return as the tour was 1.5 hours and he only touched on 4 windows pretty quickly. In case your interested (and so I don't forget) it is Malcolm Miller and the book is Chartres Cathedral. See my picture descriptions for some of the stories I remember - I probably have some of the details distorted, but you can ask me any questions after I get the book. I then went for a lunch at a restaurant which appeared to just have redecorated its ...