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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Vendome
... party bus on the way back to the hotel with music and dancing. We also went around a few roundabouts quite a few times. Julien taped a few dances and songs, so it will be interesting if he forwards them on. I really struggled in the morning as I felt really lethargic and exhausted. The walk through Tours was a struggle, but during dinner I got my second wind and felt great for the rest of the ...
Our journey to the Loire was... eventful, to say the least. The farmers of Normandy are currently protesting the increased taxation of their products by blockading major roadways with tractors, tires, and manure. We had to make several detours in order to get to our destination in the Loire. Then we had a little adventure with the automated toll booths on the freeway. Finally, we stopped at a pizzeria along the way and ate some questionable salad for dinner (chicken ...
... see the tide coming in as we were up there and it was coming in quite fast. We were told, not to stray off the path, as the sand surrounding was actually quick sand and very dangerous. We had the whole morning there. Upon leaving we travelled to the Loire ...
... of all the places we’ve seen so far, this was the most disappointing. It focused more on the building than on Leonardo ... but maybe our expectations were wrong.
Finally, Chateau De Chenonceau, a beautiful chateau cleverly built across the River Cher. It has stunning gardens, beautiful paintings, Flemish tapestries, and a very interesting history.
Our feet are throbbing, and we’re tired, so it must have been another good day!
... at all there was to offer. There was fresh fruit and vegetables, meats, breads and cheeses as well as a bunch of clothing vendors.
Greg and Tara purchased us a variety of goat cheeses that we could enjoy later. I purchased a cute headband with a small flower on top and then we headed to the bakery to purchase a few baguettes. We placed the cheese and baguettes in the car and then headed to Le Patio, a restaurant that Greg made a reservation ...