Hotel Restaurant Le Relais Du Moulin
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We set off early from Beaune to start the drive to the Loire Valley. Our first stop was Chateau de Chambord. This huge palace was first built by Francis I, King of France at the time that Henry VIII was King of England. Ben noticed that the castle had a moat and inside a special winding staircase (a double helix). On the ceiling, Ben and Jon noticed a fire breathing lizard (a salamander which was the emblem of Francis) and big letter ...
... stop was a coffee fix for Glyn to settle the nerves before a walk to the patisserie to buy our salad-filled baguette and a raisin pastry for our lunch.
Villandry was built in 1536 by Jean Le Breton, Minister of Finance. In 1754 the Marquis de Castellane (the King's Ambassador) purchased the chateau and had it redesigned to meet 18th century standards of comfort. It remained in the family until 1906 when the chateau was ...
The place has grown since we were last here. Indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Big Super U just down the road, mini gym games room. It's very family orientated. I was cold last night and it was coming up through the air bed. It was also quite noisy near the main road and a main line railway running close by. Didn't notice any of that before. ...
Took a leisurely hour and a half to strike camp today. It is getting quite easy. On our way by 9 am heading towards the Loire. Got flashed by a static radar camera en route. Don't think that I was speeding but I suppose I must have been. I wonder how or if I will get a summons? Stopped and had lunch near Poitiers. Chicken cassoulet followed by Tarte ...
... the private residence of a wealthy miller but over the course of history came into the possession of royalty. Cindy detailed some of the amusing, amorous escapades of some of the royals which led to various chatelaines and other occupants over the centuries. Simply put, it served as the personal residence of five French queens, including infamous Catherine de Medici, with whose affections one was best not to toy.