Premiere Classe Tours Sud Joue les Tours
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... here nor there. The next train was great, only 2 bikes are allowed on each TGV train, and luckily for us, no one else was on that train with their bike, we sat next to our bikes in a purpose built carriage. John slept most of the way, mind you, he seems to be able to sleep anywhere. Our hotel was only 500 mth from the station, and although it was called Hotel Moderne, it's pretty dated now. However it's spotlessly clean, and the clerk on the desk now treats us like his new ...
... in the past such as turtle shells and stuffed exotic animals are grotesque and so the art follows on with sculptures showing animals with fish or dragon tails, the halls were peopled by figures of mixed media and all sorts of weird items. We found it a little too much of a clash with the setting. Roast chicken à la maison ce ...
... to have visited to acquire horses for the seige of Orleans. In the eighteenth century it became a grain store for many years and was consequently preserved in it's old state. The chateau is well restored with a size that is approachable and the gardens a delight being full of interesting diversions and less formal than showplaces like Villandry. We picked a fine cool day for the visit. Foie gras, roast farm duck and vegetables with local red wine completed another full ...
A trip to Tours to recharge ipad and shop before revisiting the Morinières farm for it's monthly market day. Coming home with provisions fresh from the farm for the next two days we waited out thethunderstorm which finished a small heatwave of 34 degrees. At eight we were seated in L'Aigle D'Or for what turned out to be a special night of good food and some old wines. A 2008 sancerre and a 1999 medoc after a cremant de Loire had us in the mood to open up just like the ...
Continuing the exercise theme we rode down river and across the Loire to visit this Chateau. The original building was a 10th C defensive keep and chapel build by a Count of Anjou after his return from the crusades in 1040. The chapel walls remain after it was demolished in 1751. The modern Chateau was built by King Louis X1 around 1650 and it has the dubious claim ...