Stars Tours Sud
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... decided to go for the bike ride regardless. With the bikes off loaded and the dogs trailer assembled and attached off we set, first setback, the cycle path access point was blocked due to roadworks, not to be put off we went up and over the flood barrier and continued on our ride. The cycle path was great and took us to the centre of Tours where we parked up and went for a stroll before ...
As we drive through Normandy, thinking of John Ponte, it's real Cidre country (not you Adam, Daniel or Emma, it’s not Dark Fruit Cidre !!!!)
Have had our first French Tabac experience in Broglie Tabac, Bar, Coffee and Betting shop very diverse and busy. Penny a little upset as everyone wearing wellies and she loves wellies.
Oh dear, Mark looked in the estate agent windows, realised how cheap property is and now has huge ...
We save the best for last - visiting the incredible Chateau de Chenonceau built spanning the River Cher in the 16th Century. The architecture of this castle is unique in the world, and it is the most visited in the Loire Valley. It is well furnished, and has so many gorgeous original artworks that it qualifies as an art museum in its own right.
After exploring the gardens and the castle ...
... s. Francois the First added a wing in Renaissance style in the early 1500's. Finally, the Gaston d'Orleans wing was built in Classicism style in 1635. It is a lot to take in, but somehow it all works.
We are fortunate that there is a special exhibit running at the chateau of treasures from the National Library. Ancient books are on display in very dim lighting in order to protect their contents, ...
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 ...