Premiere Classe Vierzon
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... plenty of color through out the gardens. Rosemary, honeysuckle, roses and many other flowers filled the gardens with a subtle fragrance. While taking pictures in the garden we chatted with another couple from Bellingham WA. This is the third or fourth couple we have chatted with from Washington State.
We went inside and this time decided on a self guided tour with the help of our guide book. The Chateau was fairly busy as this is a Saturday so there are ...
... br> Chambord, while not as opulent as Versailles, is still a delight to tour. The grounds of the Chateau cover many square miles and were the private hunting range of several French Kings including Louis XIV. The chateau rooms are very large with 20 foot ceilings. We spent about two and a half hours touring and decided we had enough.
After touring Chambord we headed South about an hour away to our ...
... and Skottish style roves. The town has added Scottish street art and the town has a distinctive different atmosphere and feel to it. The town also has a Scottish festival and a Scottish band. We returned travelling towards Borges before turning towards Sancere to travel through different country and travelled through natural forest land that is being logged for ...
Our last day in St Aignan and also in France.
Almost my earliest start in France and that was only 7.30am
Washing down, ready for the day.
Took the boys to the park along the Cher and they played while I did some exercise much to the horror or amusement of some ...
Casual start to the morning…when in France…..
Our first stop to explore today is the beautiful little village of Montresor and it really was a beautiful, beautiful village. Gorgeous French homes filled with fronts of gorgeous bright flowers. A lovely river running through the back on the town with a medieval fortress and Chateau looking down.
As we are still at the beginning of ...