Logis Le Parc - Sologne
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... on low tide to the many pilgrims coming to the abbey.
The causeway we used to reach the island will be destroyed next month and visitors will begin to use a new bridge that was built to restore the water way surrounding the island. Silt had built up so high around the causeway it had begun to act as a dam. The tides here fluctuate as much as 50 feet, leaving large mud flats exposed.
... 8km we reached a main road hmmmm let's look at the map, yup we'd missed a turn and were on the 40km route instead of the 18km one! Back tracking a km down the road and we were back on the right route, phew. Had an Ardeche, flash back at one point, minus the water, cycling down a steepish, gravelly hill, with little or no control over where the bike went!! Continued on until we got to Cheverny where we sat and had lunch in a lovely picnic ...
Another walk round a local Etang (Andy and I were keen to go to a chateau but most are 1 1/2 hrs drive away and the boys 'vetoed' it!) with a lovely lunch in a local Auberge - although the service got slower and slower as the restaurant filled up and the solo chef struggled to keep up! Magret du canard (duck breast) for me and the boys and 'une piece de Boucher' (a piece of meat from the butcher!) for Andy which turned out to be an excellent steak thankfully. ...
... frogs leaping in the water as we approached and huge red and blue dragonflies. Guy kept his eyes peeled in the forest for any wild boar or deer but still no luck.
A lovely dip in the pool in the evening sunshine - still hot enough for me at 7pm to stay in for a while and a great game of volley ball beach ball!
We drove up north to an Ecoparc which we finally found, despite poor signage and it was worth the hunt! Forest and open countryside led to a hide/lookout over a large Etang (one of many in the area - man-made lakes teaming with fish and bird life). As you drive along the roads, you see etangs on ...