Hotel Restaurant Le Relais Du Moulin
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... inside and out. This one had lovely views from the gardens of the Loire river. To be completely honest I have gotten all mixed up with which King and Queen lived here but I'm sure thee was a Henry or Louis or someone like that with some numbers after his name. Ok so I went back to my visitors guide and I was half correct, it started off with Charles VIII, then Francois I, then Henry II (I knew there was a Henry) and more Charles, Francois ...
... we shouldn't have to, and wishing our world was different.
We have seen so many beautiful places and met so many wonderful people, so we choose to focus on all the good in the world.
Clint and I really don't want to take the kids there if they don't want to go. We all agree that we want to see it and spend some time discussing our priorities. The revised plan is that we will stay out of Paris tonight (it was unlikely we were going to make it the whole way ...
A great night with electricity, makes a difference, a DVD and super food. Floods in the MH this morning from somewhere, sorted now and no problem. Heading to Marbouie in the rain. A lovely drive along minor roads with evidence of coypu, boar and deer in the forests and by the road ...
... but hey, if you have the coffers of a royal, perhaps. There are a pair of prehistoric Elk antlers on the staircase, 6000 yrs old which were found in the Siberian ice fields and they are hung at the height they would have been on the animal – now that must have been some Elk!
There is a huge hunting kennel apparently quite famous, these dogs 'french hounds' were enormous, I have never seen hounds quite as large as they ...
... I have to say, was unique to me. Square turrets that, from the outside, seem to narrow to have any function. We opted not to go in, so I can't say if they were more than decorative. The grounds were gorgeous, the chateau nestled away in the forest. The region is known for its love of hunting and many of the chateaux reflected that love: first a noble pursuit, then one for the common man after the coming of the Revolution.
After Chambord ...