Un Toit Pour Toi
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... as a hunting lodge for Francis I and changed hands several times it seems because apparently it was somewhat challenging to live in – very cold in winter and heaps of mossies in summer! It was a very cold castle to walk around on a cold day.
... paint but no it appears he was an engineer, inventor, architect and artist. We spend a lot of time there wandering the gardens, they have life size models of most of his inventions and of course they have moving parts so I have a turn on everyone Sadly the château here is closed already so we wander around the town for a little bit then head home for ...
... on the way home. It all looks so pretty and delicious I can hardly decided what I want to eat we each order two and head back. We have half of the pastries for afternoon tea but we are still so full from lunch. Then Oliver takes us for a drive to visit some churches they are very pretty but modern religion holds no interest to me. Irene makes us dinner it is delicious it's so nice to have a home cooked meal again we finish the remaining pastries and head to bed we are ...
Left Nevers never to return ... Bought baguette & croissants on the way out then tried to get to a chateau. Mis-judged the distance to #1 by 100 km so went to #2 - Chateau de Cheveny. It is still owned by the family, but was opened to the public in 1922. Had lunch by the pond watching two white swans play. Then to Chambord, the King's hunting lodge commenced well prior to the French Revolution by Francis I, and finished 100 years later. ...
Having said that it is actually a strikingly beautiful building dominated by a wonderfully grand double helix stair case inspired by Leonardo da Vinci.
We enjoyed the cycle in the grounds and back to St Dye some 8km away.