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... fit any more in. We have a late lunch at one of the many cafes, eating in France is difficult not many people speak English and at most nice places the menu is only in French. In the evening we head out to have a drink in the old part of town it's very pretty although a little expensive I have a creme brûlée and it is amazing I'm going to have to go on a massive diet when I get home to work off all this sugary ...
Leonardo da Vince wasn't just the artist of the famous painting "The Mona Lisa." He also studied engineering, math and science along with being a great inventor. I got the chance to go to his house in Amboise, France called Clos Lucè. It was pretty… whoa, back up! Didn't Leonardo da Vince live in Italy? Well, he did except for the last 3 years of his life and here's why.
Leonardo worked for a powerful, Italian family called The ...
... Superb views over the river Loire. The exit tower has a sloping ramp that allows horse and carriages to leave the chateau directly into the main street. Drove through lovely countryside and pretty small villages to Chenonceau, where we had lunch. Much larger than Amboise, set huge gardens and known as the "ladies' chateau, having been "fought over" by the wife ( Catherine Di Medici ) and mistress(Diane De Potiers) of Henri II. Built in several stages, the ...
... from trees. Really not enough time to do justice to the gardens and we missed seeing an exhibition of drawings. Saw the areas he liked to sit and paint in; beautiful leafy glades set among giant pine trees. Back to camp, but we noticed the villages around here are so pretty, it would be great to have more time to walk around. We are lucky the crowds are all gone; nowhere is crowded or ...
... castles and palaces of all shapes and sizes. Hundreds of these are open to the public. Today we are going to visit 3 of the most prominent chateaux: Chenonceau, Cheverny, and Chambord. Our guide for the day picked us up at the TI. The group consisted of 7 tourist plus the tour guide in her minivan. Three people in the group were from Baltimore and the 2 others were from North Carolina. We talked mostly with ...