Novotel Orleans La Source
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A more relaxed start today as we left Orleans about 10am for Chateau de Chambord. This chateau is huge compared to others like Chenonceau. The buildings are located on a massive estate of 5440ha that is surrounded by a national park. There are 426 rooms, 282 fireplaces and 77 staircases. Not all the rooms are open for viewing, otherwise we ...
We woke this morning to thick fog and 3C - Paris humid and 32C seems a distant memory.
Loaded up with all fog lights blazing, we drove north & west on the autoroutes until we stopped for lunch at Chateau de Chenonceau.
The tree lined avenue was impressive and we were pleased with our first front-on view of the Chateau, but when ...
... centre for a bit, and up to the cathedral, really nice bakeries around here, that make really nice quiches and great coffee.
Wanted to get into Paris early so didn't stay long but I liked this place, really nice.
Watch out for the trams tho, they are real quiet.
... to Orleans but something doesn't feel right the station name is different to the one on the ticket and we are afew mins early but it says Orleans so we jump off turns out it was e wrong station and we are on the out skirts of town. We panic and jump on the tram into the city and hope we make it in time to catch Irene. But we don't they have already left and we have no idea what we are going to do thankfully Bridget has her number and we call her. Oliver takes around the ...
... left early this morning to drive to Bergerac to take care of some official business for our association. Following that we drove to Orléans, south of Paris where we’ll spend the night and most of tomorrow. Orléans has a long and fascinating history. Joan of Arc was instrumental in lifting the English siege of Orléans in 1429 toward the end of the 100-years war when the city was on the border between lands claimed ...