Chambord Castle, France: Given that Chambord was officially built to serve only as a hunting lodge, it is quite impressive construction. It is also worth a mention that the location of the castle was chosen by King François I as he desired to be near his mistress, Claude Rohan, whose palace was located adjacently. The massive castle has 440 rooms, 365 fireplaces, and 84 staircases, and it is the largest chateaux in the Loire Valley in France.
Experiencing the underground crayéres is a must for any visit to Champagne. Here are the best 8 tours in Reims and Épernay—all end with a tasting or two. We've also uncorked some sparkling wine tips for celebrations closer to home.
Watch: New US Trailer for Animated Ballerina Story Set in Paris ‘Leap!’ http://fuckdate.nu/2016/12/30/watch-new-us-trailer-for-animated-ballerina-story-set-in-paris-leap/ «You’re a weirdo.» The Weinstein Company has debuted a new trailer for the animated movie titled Leap!, originally titled Ballerina. The film has already opened in theaters in most of Europe, and is scheduled to open in the US in March. It’s actually originally from France, but has been redubbed with English voices…
The Château de Sully-sur-Loire is a castle, converted to a palatial residence, in Sully-sur-Loire, Loiret, France. It is a château-fort, a true castle. The site has perhaps been fortified since Gallo-Roman times, certainly since the beginning of the eleventh century. by pac