Logis Le Parc - Sologne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Chateau de Chenonceau. This one was Mummy's favourite. It looked like the Disneyland castle! After walking through a beautiful grove, Ben noticed 2 statutes that looked Egyptian. As well as having a castle that was beautiful (home to 5 French Queens), it had excellent gardens with beautiful fountains. Ben and Jon had fun running through the gardens. After all this, it was finally time to drive to our hotel in Tours for a well earned ...
... and Skottish style roves. The town has added Scottish street art and the town has a distinctive different atmosphere and feel to it. The town also has a Scottish festival and a Scottish band. We returned travelling towards Borges before turning towards Sancere to travel through different country and travelled through natural forest land that is being logged for ...
With just a short day's ride today we had a late start, and with a Maccas just down the street, John thought he would have a change of cuisine for brekky. However, the McCafe was the only part open, and he had croissants again. I did have a lovely cup of tea, however. It was another day of relatively flat riding, mostly beside the river. Today was mostly along a track we have come to call the tow path. It is asphalt, runs beside the river, and runs along the ...
... opportunist, or crook would
be more correct.
A true entrepreneur is more than a
manager, more like one who makes things
happen. P is an entrepreneur in the true sense of the word.
In a world where we turn more and more to governments to solve problems and
governments regulate to remove incentives and generally neuter he efforts of go getters, we need people like P and H. To build from
nothing, market ...
The walking today was not very pleasant. The hike wasn't difficult; it just wasn’t very pretty. We walked along the road all day. The first few kilometers were through a forest, but it was damp and the mosquitos were out in full force. Once we emerged from the forest, we walked to a small town where there was a large supermarket (yay!) where we could purchase some supplies for lunch today and the next day. We also passed ...