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... is little doubt how he would have painted them... We are breaking our journey to Cambrai at Bourges. It is much further east than we have ever been in the Loire. We thought it might be an industrial town (boring Bourges) as it is off the usual tourist itinerary. We had no idea it was a world heritage site and are delighted by its unexpected architecture. Just opposite the hotel where we are staying, there is a walled market, a mass of ...
... for a quick lunch, we wandered down a street and came upon the "Palais de Jacques Coeur." As the weather was changeable, we thought it a good place to spend an hour or two. Once again, an awe inspiring building, with superb Gothic features. The way through was well sign posted and took us through banqueting halls, up into the loft, down into what was a bed chamber and then into some more stupendous galleries. We spent a bit in ...
... we don't know! Vik did admirably well, and after a few nervous moments, we eventually found the "Chateau de Lazenay." Wow! It is beautiful, and we have a ground floor room, which overlooks the lake.
As there is no restaurant here, we had to brave it back to Bourges, but gaining in confidence, went not only to the local supermarket, but also the city centre. We mastered all of that - but came to a grinding ...
to the lovely Blois this morning, although it was a little
disappointing as the 'Musee de Magic' was not open. Should have never
told Ella about it as it got her excited! (It was the former home of
the French 'Houdin' who the American Houdini got his name from. But
we ended up exploring all the quiet backstreets of Blois, very quiet
and built into the hills so many ...
... needed a couple of bottles as we aren't opening the boxes yet.
Finding the aire was fun. We needed to be near Vierzon or Blois and chose an aire in Mery sur Cher. Coming off the motorway, sat nag directed us to turn left. All that did was take us back down to where we had come from. Try again!
This time it was easy to find the aire. Sadly the entry gate was broken - so we ...