Chateau des Briottieres
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... wine made from. We explored all the towers and slotted windows where maybe arrows were fired from. It had an enormous moat which made you wonder how any army could have breached its walls.
Later that night , after a little research, we went to an interesting restaurant called Grandgousier. Those French, takes us a while to work them out not to mention the menu! Very difficult to figure it all out! Eventually ...
... was horrendous but we found out it is the first day of their school holidays so that explains it as even the autoroutes were crawling one minute 130 + kms/hr the next. We basically drove south from the city through fields of wheat and canola to the Loire Valley and went to visit the most beautiful Chateaux. The place is huge with fantastic gardens and out buildings ( they employ 10 full time gardeners) and span the river. I loved ...
... did not have the correct connector for a water tap. So we went to a garden centre and stocked up on connectors and hose ends. We used the last one to connect our clear pipe to our blue pipe to reach a tap, so we need to replace that. And Sue gave us rillettes d'oel and I wanted to get some to take with us. Tomorrow we will go to Tours, the following day in Blois, followed by Orleans. Then Evreux or Dreux and finally Fecamp and Wimereux. Then it's the ferry home to ...
Hugely misty this morning. Getting out of Nantes was a bit of a nightmare as Snooper froze again. I suppose that she wasn't getting a good gps signal with all the trees. But we did eventually get on the autoroute and headed off to Durtal. We know Durtal - it has narrow cobbled streets. So we knew that we should separate as soon as we ...
... A bit of a driving day a about 230 km . Dinan a small town on the way , with excellent ramparts, provided an early break from driving , old half timbered houses and a picturesque port made for a pleasant 90 minute stop . Angers , our first stop in the Loire valley , had a chateau with really excellent ramparts 17 towers and a quite acceptable audio guide read by the bloke who does the myth busters voice over. The highlight is a woven tapestry 104 meters long dealing ...