Hotel Tours Giraudeau
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In terms of distance, today was a failure. I cycled about 50km through mostly flat terrain. By any other measure, it was a success. I stayed around my campsite for a long time because I reached a key part of my current book, "Gone Girl", which I finished at the end of the day. Then, as I cycled, I kept stopping to pick and eat foods: grapes growing wildly along the road where they had ...
So today we are off to see the chateaux of France. We took the TGV. From the Paris montparsse station to Tours. We the. Met up with our tour group and went to see our first chateux, Chateau De Chenonceau. Chenonceau is a beautiful chateau. The gardens were still in full bloom. The river running through the chateau gave it a very romantic feel. The kitchens were impressive. Next up was the Chateau D'Amboise in ...
... treat! Beautiful linens, tableware - attention to detail. Not to mention ultra modern water pressure,AC,heat,etc.
On Weds we toured the chateau amboise and Clos-Luce(Leonardo da Vinci's final resting place) in the morning. In the afternoon we toured the Chateau Chenonceau. This was recommended by Gloria to minimize driving. We had dinner at Chateau de Pray. It was very good(Michelin one star restaurant) ...
... low midrange rumble of a distant and invisible byway, direction unclear; jet planes passing somewhere beyond discernable perimeter; and my fingernails, past trim date, tracing patterns on the cast metal table, painted white. Four thin power lines cross parallel against the cloudy backdrop directly opposite, and i imagine it a musical staff, surrounding bird calls scrawled upon it in arcane time signatures. Lilting. The TGV slows to a halt at Tours train station, and ...
... a windscreen repairer. The
good news is that he can fix it,.. the bad news is that it will take the best
part of a week to get ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed