Le Manoir de Beaulieu
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Travel Blogs from Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne
... 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!
... on Monday due to no power because of flooding.
Why did we bother to leave so early from the south of France?
We are already missing the majesty of the Pyrenees and the warmth of the Aude.
When will we come back? Our plans for Easter are not certain- we will wait for family news!
And so to the rest of the day. Stops here and there for mugs of tea and then the ...
... we had split up, as we still weren’t entirely certain what to expect within this collection zone thingy. I’d gone up about 200 meters, while Dejo stayed with the van. I managed to snag a Sojasun musette – yay!
Once everything has passed by, we headed the same direction, and aimed for an aire in Mery sur Cher. Our plan for the following day was to do some laundry, and find a town big enough to be able to ship some things back ...
- Saturday we decided to be tourists in Bourges. We were able to leave most of our gear with the tent so that made riding through the city a breeze. We had a look at the cathedral and walked around the old city. We spent a couple of hours at the tourist info office (free wifi) uploading the last post with its many pictures. Then we found a nice supermarket on the way back to the campground and restocked considering the next ...
... domain. The stonework of the Palais is lavishly carved, the function rooms were lavishly decorated and only one panel of the stained winds have survived. A feature of the arcitecture is that the roof beams are in the shape of un upturned board hull. We then visited the St Etienne Cathedral built in 1195 which is an enormous gothic style cathedral with flying buttresses and twin bell towers. It is of huge proportions with stained glass ...