Premiere Classe Orleans Sud - Olivet
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... in giggles. Their evening meal consisted of a pizza (not a Pizza Hut large, more of a French kinda small) and a portion of frites between the 3 of them, something our lad at that age would had eaten to himself!!!! Gotta love the British ;-) Onwards and upwards tomorrow, to Paris tomorrow to visit with our good friends the Bevers for a few days :-) Ooooo an update the pizza wasn't good enough so they had to set up the whole cooker system, for ...
... during the course of the tour and I managed to score one for guessing the answers to Adam's riddles -
What word in the English language has three consecutive double letters in it?
The second one was easier: The more you have of it the less you can see! What is it?
What has a head, a tail and a brown body?
See how quickly you can work them out and let me know the answers.
... and they had some antibiotics for her. Hopefully she woud start getting better now as its not much fun being sick on a holiday.
The rest of the afternoon / evening was spent driving to the Loire Valley where we were spending the next day. It was a really nice drive down there, going through the French town with the old fashioned houses and the nice countryside. We arrived in Blois at about 9pmish at that night. The hotel we stayed at was only 35 euros ...
... br> Turned out to be a good decision. Chenconceau is so big and beautiful outside and inside that we just decided to take it easy and spend the entire day there instead of rushing through it and then driving 80 km to Chambord to make the day a twofer.
It was a beautiful day and we made the most of our time there since we now had all afternoon to see everything. We walked around the grounds, saw the beautiful gardens, the woods and best of all… rented ...
... some of the most sumptuous furnishings, tapestries and objets d'art anywhere in the Loire Valley. The same family has owned and inhabited the chateau for the last 600 years; highlights included seeing their private apartments, and an enormous guards room full of suits of armour (including one made for a 4 year old child), sets of chain mail and various ancient weapons of warfare. One of the photos below shows Charlie with a 16th century set of armour weighing 25kg, and a set ...