Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Chateauneuf Castle, Burgundy

The village of Chateauneuf-en-Auxois has a real castle on top of a hill, with a moat, great views, etc. It's been restored and the public can visit it. This is a shot of inside the walls. The building on the far right is the oldest, dating from the 1200's.
Scale model of the castle.
View of countryside through medieval leaded glass window. 

A newer part of the inside courtyard. 

Same view only better of the tower. I like towers.

View from our hotel window which looks lovely
but it was a terrifically hot day - over 30 degrees Celsius and the room was stifling hot. No air moving and no AC. This was the second room we had as the first was a garret room with one small window with bars.
We felt like we were in prison and being roasted to death.  
Peek-a-boo. I see you. 

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