Travel Blogs from Buzancais
Angles sur L'Anglin is indeed a beautiful village. Dominated by it's ruined 12th century castle, the village is a well preserved medieval village with many houses dating back the the 11th century. It's history is even older though, as a cave with wall friezes dating back some 15,000 years was discovered in the early 50's. Carved bison, horse, ibex and large felines, as well as 3 interesting female human ...
... the River Cher where the kids could go swimming. We found the beach quite easily as that seemed to be the place everyone in Montric************gregated on this sunny (and a bit hot) Sunday afternoon. What a great scene - families having picnics on the grass under the shade of ancient oak trees, children splashing in the cool water at the edge of the beach and adults swimming out in the middle ...
Well, not much too interesting to share today as we spent the better part of the day traveling from Normandy to Saint-Aignan, in the Loire Valley. The entire trip took a bit over four hours of driving. We programmed the car GPS to take us on a mixture of scenic and fast routes, which actually worked out pretty well. We saw plenty of beautiful countryside, ...
Our travels in Latin America have come to an end and here we are, back home in St Cyran du Jambot. Spring is in full swing, the sun is shining between those 'April' showers, the pool is crystal clear (at last!) and life returns to normal. Not so bad, really!
In between weeding, planting and weeding again, I am more than busy promoting my book Beneath African Skies (this link ...
... personal. In the top ten zoos in the EU this really delivered! One of
the sloths even put on a big ol scratching/yawning/self pleasuring
show for us! All a matter of metres away. I was thrilled, I think
even Dan and Ella got caught up in the Sloth Excitement. Lot's of
incredible tropical birds and some awesome Armadillos...so cool! They
had so many animals not seen before...Anteaters, Snow Leopards,
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking