Un Toit Pour Toi
Travel Blogs from Orleans
... and counter-intuitively, this turned out perfectly! It was relatively quiet and completely free. A large hedge separated me from the adjacent path that was closed also to cars. There was an adjacent park with water and I found a free outlet on one building to let my phone charge over night. In the end, I had everything I needed and had a nice spot with a view of the Loire ...
... car free Main Street and shopping area.
I bought a lovely necklace...all coloured buttons.
Then on to Bordeaux and a lovely motel.
Too far out of town to do any exploring .... Which is a plus really as we had a group dinner here... Lovely...and so loud... everyone talking to everyone....and it really allowed people to mix and get to know each other.
On to Biarritz tomorrow... Perhaps a swim in the Atlantic...27 degrees here today. Then into Pamplona for the ...
... their 40s... Have a caravan at Seaview Caravan Park in Cowes. They are in the opposite corner of the park to me. And we have chatted around the pool down there. (They thought I looked familiar but they definitely remembered Dash.) Told you I am known as the 'Dog Lady' down there. Stopped at Tours. Beautiful city. Had a lovely lunch with a group from the tour. We had about 2 hours free time to wander the town. Magnificent hanging gardens from overhead ...
... After eating we had a walk around some of the streets in the old quarter and then made our way past the cathedral back to the hotel. We were checked in by a very nice concierge and went up the ornate old staircase to the third floor. I would like to say that I arrived fresh as a daisy with my new healed foot but I have to admit to being somewhat out of breath. The room is fantastic! Although small it is exquisitely individual and most importantly the room ...
Bruce told me a bit of the history of the hundred years wars between France and England and that one of the major characters during this time was Joan of Arc who led the french army to victory over the English in several key battles. This allowed the coronation of Charles VII for the french crown. She was subsequently captured by Burgundians, sold to the English who paid a Bishop to try and convict her as a heretic and sentenced her to be burnt her at the stake, Joan was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed