Manoir de Boisairault
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... forests, flower, herb and vegetable gardens and fountains. It is said that there are 52 km of boxwood hedges through the Villandry Gardens and you can get a sense of how much trimming that would be in some of the photos we took today.
From there we went to the Château of 'Sleeping Beauty' where we toured towers, rooms and grounds of the ancient castle. For the short ...
... We finished our tour on the lovely sandy beach and it was once again difficult for us to imagine what had happened there only 7 decades earlier.
We ate on the road and eventually found our way to the Castle where we are staying in the Loire Valley, no thanks to the British GPS our family has nick-named 'Kate'. On our way, we were privileged to see acres and acres of bright yellow sunflowers in full ...
... no doubt they are used to it. It was quite a long day of driving (300kms) as we now only have three and a half days left in this beautiful country and we needed to get further up towards Callais. Another France passion site was our choice for the night and top of the page for the area was the property of Jean-luc and Jean-Albert Mary who are third generation growers of vineyards and makers of their own wine and ...
... We were, therefore, hands free for the market! It was small but beautifully formed! We bought a roast chicken and salad and fruit and then made our way back to the van for the afternoon. Although I had enough underwear on board to last at least a month, I thought that, as it was reasonable weather, I would catch up with the washing and gathered up all the towels as well! When I went back ...
... and we walked through the narrow village street and down the long approach to the Chateau itself. It is a very impressive building and we took ourselves round plus guidebook. Like most of the French Chateaux, there were not many items of furniture within, due to the fact that most of it has ended up in our English stately homes! We walked around outside the Chateau and admired the view of the building and its moat. We could not walk all the way round because work was being done in ...