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... going up and down and
wonderfully preserved stately homes. Let down by the Musee we took
Ella to mcDonalds for Lunch and a Play...and of course free internet!
We were hoping to find a campsite tonight (as I smell) and found one
called 'Camping Ch-ti'mi'... And I think it was a joke as it was
really 'Camping ******** me' as we could not find it ANYWHERE! So the
Aires again it was!
up frosty and cold (trying to scrimp on what gas we have left!) we
got on the road to the biggest and best chateau of the Loire Valley:
Chambord! The pics say it for themselves really, but it was quite
amazing although very cold inside! They were not so clever as the
bigger the rooms/higher the roofs, the harder to heat! Was built in
the 15th ...
Our final day in Paris / France would be spent on a 450km round trip to three of the most famous castles in the country. With a 7:30am departure our driver got underway on our drive along the A10 South West en route to the Loire Valley region. The 3 castles on the itinerary were: CHENONCEAU CASTLE: Model of the Renaissance traditions, the Chenonceau Castle is an architectural masterpiece. Known as the "Château des Dames", five women played a part to the ...
Dark and darker as we expected and we knew it was becoming cold and colder but our first experience this year of minus 2.5C in the night was disturbing. We are warm and dry inside but were still tempted outside for our TRX workout at dawn followed by a run along the Le Loir with the sun rising in our eyes as we returned to the motorhome. Not ...
... cold, grey and rainy day and we are among only a handful of visitors to this out of the way place. With the grey skies the chateau exudes the feel of the Middle Ages with its grey stones unadorned by later Renaissance ornamentation. There is some speculation that Catherine de Medici met members of the radical Catholic league at Talcy and planned the St Barthélemy day massacre of Protestants. The chateau was also used as a French army headquarters during the Franco-Prussian War.