Premiere Classe Orleans Ouest - La Chapelle Saint Mesmin
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... past and went into one of the cubicles. Sue was following me and I heard her ask if the toilets were open. On being told "Non!" she had to go about a hundred yards to search for the only other block on site. Other campers were also wandering round like there was a treasure hunt going on. I've always said "it's easier to get forgiveness than permission." It's a good example! What a ...
Well i was warmer last night. I put extra insulation between me and the bed. Lovely morning. Went to Chambord Castle. It is a huge place with lots going on. We walked around the main building but didn't go inside. I don't think we would have appreciated it fully as the tour guides only spoke rapid French. The building is very beautiful and has a huge number of turrets. When you look at the castle, the turrets (although very ornate) are really random. You ...
... on. Once again, we got lost coming into town. We thought we would be at our hotel by about 2.00, but it took us nearly 45 mins to find it, coming in over a different bridge than the one on our map. The trail signposts seem to disappear on the approach into town, and as the traffic is pretty busy, it's easy to lose our way. Orleans is quite large, maybe similar to Geelong. There is a beautiful town plaza right in the centre of ...
... cafes are closed. When it starts to get to that time of the day the kids become ticking cryme-bombs. We found a grocery store at a small town somewhere along the route, and managed to pick up some sandwiches just before it closed. We had our dinner in a little neighborhood park in this small town somewhere in the Loire valley. We were greeted by a friendly kitty that hung out with us and kept the kids chortling with its antics.
An hour or so later we were ...
... and previous human attempts to tame the Loire are now thought to be contributing to the present day risk of flooding in populated areas and in vicinities housing the Loire’s four riverside nuclear power stations.