Logis Hotel des Chateaux de la Loire
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... to lunch and a beer, then a visit to St Martins Basilica and the ride back, we got just before it started to rain again, it didn't last long so off we went again for a walk to the local supermarket for some bits. We have now had dinner and taken down the porch awning and reloaded the bikes and trailer ready for our move tomorrow...
Next stop Clermont Ferrand, 200 miles. More to follow ...
... 8217;s not wrong, but we’re not doing it…… (watch this space….)
Ended the day in Brehemont, after a few miles of treacherous driving, thanks SatNAv!!. Beautiful campsite, although a little oddity with the toilet paper, one roll for three toilets, you must guess what you need and take it in with you!!
Lesson learned in the pub, don’t ask for a small and a large beer, large is ½ pint, small is ...
... a bit cold. Everyone warms up with a wine tasting at a local shop.
Returning to the hotel, we have some time to pack for departure tomorrow. After a brief farewell party in the hotel's bar we drive to the town of Tours for dinner -- a gastronomic extravaganza at a local Michelin-rated restaurant: Charles Barrier. It is a perfectly delicious ending to an opulent and extravagant tour!
... managed to knock over a chair trying to get into my seat because there wasn’t enough room to pull the chair back – not my finest moment I assure you! By the time I got home this afternoon, even Honor had heard about my classy entrance to class this morning!
After the disaster that was translation I then rushed across town to my next class at Tanneurs. I had no idea what the class was as it was just one Honour suggested last night in the ...
... in the sights and sounds, passing through scattered villages along the way, before arriving at our destination just before noon - Villandry.
Villandry was built in1536 by the Minister of Finance for Francois 1.It changed hands in 1754 but it was a Spaniard who bought the place in 1906 who was really responsible for returning the place to its former glory and who developed the gardens back to how they once were. The whole place was quite impressive. ...