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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Amboise
We had a "Superior Room". I don't know if we were given a special treat because I complained about our previous hotels only having twin beds instead of a double or if we were just lucky. Only some of our group had Superior Rooms, the rest had standard rooms.
The room has a separate bath room. toilet and living area. There is a very large TV, fridge, coffee making facilities and a desk. There is certainly plenty of room.
Our room looks over the swimming pool (alas, no topless sun bathers), tennis courts and table tennis area.
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The first time you meet someone each day you introduce your self by saying Bonjour. This is also how you get someone's attention when you go into a shop to be served. When you have finished at the shop or when someone does something for you you say Merci. There are several other greetings but if you at least remember these the French are quite …
This beautiful castle built on the River Cher was home to five different ladies between 1499-1836; Diane De Poitiers, Catherine de Medici, Louise of Lorraine, Louise Dupin and Marguerite Pelouze. During the First World War, it served as a hospital. Although the crowds were large, we enjoyed seeing this charming and beautifully restored residence. We relished a lovely lunch on site after viewing the ...
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