Mister Bed Orleans Olivet
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free parking
- Meal plan
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... lost the whole day to Chambord. Again we found the photos we took did not do justice to the scale of the Chateau. After some exploring around some smaller villages we returned to Orleans. Here we visited the massive cathedral and wandered around the old town. On our last night in Europe we celebrated with Cafe Gourmand at a local ...
... the side view and the river and the gardens....wow!
Simply, the attached photos don't do justice to reality. The interior of the Chateau was also difficult to record in photos - the rooms were beautifully restored.
We drove on to Orleans late in the afternoon and had a perfectly French meal in a restaurant close to our town centred ...
Orleans is a lovely city.
Now we all know of Joan of Arc, but you have to read up a little to really know what she did.
I'll leave the reading to you, or you can ask Gary G, as he will probably know the whole story anyway. Most surprising is how young she was.
... and vineyards, stopping to visit a lonely mule and to have a picnic by the riverbank. We stopped at Chateau Cheverny late in the afternoon. Yvon was reliving his childhood visiting the Tintin exhibit. (The creator of Tintin used Cheverny as inspiration for Chateau de Moulinsart.) At 5pm we went to the kennels to watch the daily feeding of the seventy hounds. What a... I don't know what word to use! The dogs wait until they are given the ok and then they pounce on ...
... while the chains were fixes, gears adjusted, seats tightened etc etc. Today's ride took us to Chambord Chateaux and then back to Blois. We didn't really think about photo opportunities during the day as we were focused on riding in a group, staying safe on the roads and getting used to the bikes. We pulled into a little village and sat outside a tabac for a morning tea stop. Chantilly cafe was introduced to the group and became a popular beverage for some :-) As ...