Le Pavillon Des Lys
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our lazy rest day in Tours started with a 2 hour cycle along the Loire cycle route. We thought it would take us along the water but instead it took us through a little village and through lots of vineyards. It was a nice ride although not as flat as Ile de Re. The rest of ...
... fascinating models, drawings and audio presentations about D Vinci's amazing inventions in all sorts of scientific fields. He was an absolute genius.
Then we walked to Chateau Amboise, a much bigger place, very imposing and again well kept and full of priceless antiques and furnishings. Saw the chapel where Leonardo DV ...
... in particular were incredible, such attention to detail and beautiful symmetry were just a joy. Even the veggie and herb gardens had the same detail! 10 full time Gardners and 115,000 seedlings planted out each year!
Very good restoration and care in the Chateaux with beautiful carved furniture and huge ...
... had pruned and trained the apple trees to form small hedges at the periphery of the gardens. The children took a whole bunch of apples which I wasn't aware of until we got to the Donkey compound at the exit. The donkeys lucked out with the apples. By then it was noon. The place was really crawling with tourists so we shenosayed our way out the exit and were done. What withe fireworks and the early morning start, we were quite tired.
the French are supposedly ...
... pearl jewelry, clothes, fruit and veg, roast chicken, knives.....
As we complete our first mission the rain looks threatening and so the Tour Master explains that we are now headed to the Chateau as it is under cover from the impending rain. The Chateau was lovely. More amazing floral displays, some beautiful furniture and lots of chairs for weary travellers to rest their tired feet. It is also the burial place ...