L'Auberge du XIIe Siecle

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The First of the Chateaux‏

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie

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... under a shady tree with a glass in hand. Unfortunately it was right beside a railway line! We hoped the trains would diminish during the night, but that wasn't to be! We ate dinner in the garden of a local restaurant, where we were delighted to see 5 huge hot air balloons pass low overhead. We retired to the camping ground and, as it was still too hot to sleep, sat outside - until the beastly mozzies chased us indoors.
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Chenonceau

A travel blog entry by lkeller

... Jenna and Lauren, and after a struggle due to the weeds constantly catching on our paddles, we made it out in front of the castle to take some pictures. We went underneath one of the arches and onto the other side, which was a really unique experience. Trying to get back to shore was a bit tough since the current was making ...

Les Chateux de La Loire

A travel blog entry by diana.peller

10

Today we were lucky enough to see another beautiful chateau. I didn't realize how many castles there actually are in France, but there are thousands and its truly incredible. The name of this one is Chenonceaux and it is located on the Loire Valley. It is one of the most well known castles of the area and is the second most visited castle in France behind Versailles.
The bus ride there was incredibly fun. We were all so exhausted from our classes that day that we ...

Tours

A travel blog entry by pcopperfield

3

... get the the March Bredif winery, which was recommended by the tour driver yesterday. Took a bus to the winery. We had a tour through the cave where the wine is processed and then had some wine tastings afterwards. Taking the public bus have us a unique experience on how the locals travel. Good experience. The wine guide gave us some hints on what and where to have dinner.
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Tours - Loire Valley

A travel blog entry by pcopperfield

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... cheeses, fruit veg and seafood and a great friendly atmosphere. One thing is certain, the locals in Tours, especially at the markets are very french with not many speaking English, however they were still a friendly bunch.


After the markets we went on a chateaux (castle) and wine tasting tour. We visited two chateaux, it was ok to see but I had enough of the French history now. One of the chateaux was the place that Leonardo de Vinci lived for his last ...

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