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Travel Blogs from Orleans
... and is easily accessible from the town. Before entering into the chateau, ventured in to the chapel where Leonardo di Vinci is buried then an initial stroll in the gardens to see the magnificent views of the town, river and surrounding area. The chateau itself was incredible, built above the Loire river the panoramic views over the Loire Valley are amazing and it is registered as a World Heritage site by Unesco. The site of the chateau dates back to the Iron Age and the ...
... Well, that out of the road we can go exploring again. The next day we drove through the Loire Valley to Chateau Cheverny. It's a stately old place that still has one of its descendants and his family living in it. Out of all the chateaux that we have seen so far this is the best furnished one. The gardens also are very nice as is the 18th century Orangery where orange trees were sheltered during winter. During the ...
... thought we were doing well finding the peripherique, the ring road!! Of course in bumper to bumper vtraffic it was a crawl all thye way, changing lanes was a nightmare and Lona had 4 distinct heart attacks, among inumerable panic moments. Of course in all of this mellee we missed the exit to Orleans. Trying to nreverse our direction in the side streets was a further nightmare, so we reverted to Bruce the GPS who took us back onto the ring road, I'm not spelling that ...
Popped to Oisel for a potential stopover, near Rouen, but decided to move on as the locals were planning a major boules event for the evening on Saturday and decided that could be too rowdy. Shame to some extent as it is a lovely place to stop, on the banks of the Seine, where we can walk and see the huge barges passing and the occasional ...
... history involved.
Over the next few days, my wife and I will relax a little but also visit several people who have requested contact with our association after reading literature and listening to sermons posted on our French-language website. I won’t post details of those visits, but will try to post anything else of interest that we come across, and there is almost always something interesting to see in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed