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... had a little s****** as we zoomed off way ahead of the queuing traffic.
Anyway, once at Chateauroux, we dined in a salubrious “Buffalo Grill” (rather well actually!) and were back in our hotel room by 7.30pm. We were tired and the children were full of beans having not moved a muscle pretty much all day. Plus there was the excitement of bunk beds1 Might be a long evening…..
After 390kms on the outskirts of Tours I turned east for a further 30kms on to Chenonceaux. Every minute I was hoping for the rain to ease only to be disappointed. With no umbrella or raincoat I was in for another soaking to walk the 500m from the carpark to the Chateau.
I was expecting it to be very quiet given the weather but there were people everywhere. All paying their 11 Euros ...
Lovely quiet campsite. Only two other caravans on site. Swimming pool + small mini-golf. Showers/Toilets. Electric hook-ups. Set on edge of forrest. Walks from back of campsite into forrest. Easy access from A20 just south of Chatearoux Junction 14.
After a perfect light lunch with some fantastic cheese to finish (no wine) we set off to drive through the woods and open meadows of the Sologne. This lovely area is dotted with lakes and contrasted with woods. This area has some wonderful shooting, ducks I think?
Not too may changes of direction so we can enjoy the landscape and chat and very soon we arrive at the start the first RT of the afternoon on ...