Premiere Classe Orleans Sud - Olivet
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- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Chateau de Chenonceau. This one was Mummy's favourite. It looked like the Disneyland castle! After walking through a beautiful grove, Ben noticed 2 statutes that looked Egyptian. As well as having a castle that was beautiful (home to 5 French Queens), it had excellent gardens with beautiful fountains. Ben and Jon had fun running through the gardens. After all this, it was finally time to drive to our hotel in Tours for a well earned ...
... Loire chateau. An international symbol of the French Renaissance, Chambord is also known for its natural environment - the forest of 5,440 hectares (still used for hunting) and a surrounding wall 32 kilometres long. Chambord is the largest enclosed park in Europe. King Francis I was 25 years old in 1519 when he initiated the mammoth project to build Chateau Chambord which served as a winter hunting lodge. It has 77 staircases, ...
... to close the ablutions! (And there is still no soap in the dispensers - 3 days now!) So we chose to take a trip out and have lunch. Came across Montoire sur Le Loir. Le Loir is a different river to the Loire. It is smaller. However it was a lovely town, adjoined to another village called Lavardin with medieval castle ruins. The market was on but we didn't buy anything and we had 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 ...
... and finished tonight. We checked out the shops, which were really nice, but didn't see anything I wanted to buy, thank god, there's no room for me to carry anything more, and the panniers are heavy enough. Enjoying a couple of beers in the afternoon sunshine has become quite a habit, John's particularly good at finding a bar, and finishing off my beer as well. Tomorrow we head to Orleans, about 60 kms away, but with a detour to Chambord, the most famous Chateau in the ...