L'Escale du Port Arthur
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Bit of a sleep in
Missed breakfast but did get cuppa & toast
Off to Chambord
Immense walled park -bigger than centre of Paris
Impressive sight when see chateau come into view
Huge, amazing, show of power, crazy roofline
Double spiral staircase
Sandwich - not so quick after all
Chambord liquer.. yum! Cute bottle
... near Rudy's place Had our tickets for Perigueux safe and sound for todays trip..I Am writing this on the TGV taking us to Libourne where we will connect with a Perigueux train. Despite the blockade we had good trip on train and Metro to Montparnasse where bought terrific salad and baguette for lunch on train.Suitcases on Metro are a pain with stairs around stations A car will be at Perigueux station and we will then go to Rudy's friend at St Alvere to stay before Limeyrat at ...
We had a lovely day today visiting two fabulous Loire valley Chateaux. The first was Chateau de Chemonceau and the second was Chateau de Chaumont. They were set in fabulous river side settings with stunning gardens. We couldn't believe how many fairytale Chateaux there are in such close proximity. We could have spent days here just exploring ...
... all the “Porte” locations you have situated around Paris are the former gates into the city and have now evolved into busy roundabout intersections with concentric rings of roads around them. What is 300 meter walk on Paper takes you the time it takes to walk 3000 meters with all the street-crossign and traffic.
We finally found the place, picked up the car and headed back home. Driving with my phone GPS balanced on my lap was a little tricky but ...
... was about an hours drive. WOW, they just keep getting bigger and bigger, the royal Château de Chambord at Chambord, they say is one of the most recognisable châteaux (castles) in the world because of its very distinct French Renaissance architecture. It was so big and so much to walk through. Some of the chateaus and museums we've been to have a direction to follow which keeps the flow of people moving. this one had a central point then you could go in four ...