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Travel Blogs from Chambray-Les-Tours
... nearby fields, chestnuts that I later googled and realized were not the edible kind, apples and pears on trees and covering the roadside, and an ear of corn I stole from one of many fields, sorry. I also passed endless fields of sunflowers. In the end, I reached Chenoceaux, but decided to visit the following day and spend the evening washing clothes, charging phones, finishing the book, ...
... of Amboise. The chateau was grand and over looked the Loire River. The views of the city and area were great from here. After Amboise we went to Chateau Cheverny. What a pretty hunting lodge. The home is still occupied by the present day owners. We got to see the hounds being feed at 3:00pm. It was interesting but not my cup of tea. They are fed a nice raw diet with extras but that is way too many dogs ...
This area of France definitely deserves a full week of time to truly explore and enjoy the many sights and wonderful restaurants. The B&B we stayed at for two nights was exceptional. What an amazing treat. The owners Gloria and Bob Belknap have restored a 16th century convent to perfection. The furnishings and decor are beautiful antiques. Her atrium garden room with its food and gorgeous garden made ...
... of the universe; but where the need to have his creators and all supporting characters consistently prove otherwise has never been more crucial to his developing sense of being. For wouldn't this be the most satisfying answer of all - that yes, all of creation exists to serve him? His brow furrows regularly as these gears grind together: boundless love is not free reign. These people exist independent of him, and will set the rules. And we all forget what a ...
... be driving through the countryside,.. through a small village,..
wth a bloody huge church,.. and suddenly you come across a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed