Chambord Warnings and Dangers

  • Stupid testimony
    Stupid testimony
    by vinc_bilb
  • Map of the Domain of Chambord (from website)
    Map of the Domain of Chambord (from...
    by vinc_bilb
  • Cornered Fox
    Cornered Fox
    by hquittner

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    Don't loose you car! (We did ...)

    by vinc_bilb Updated Sep 2, 2009

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    Map of the Domain of Chambord (from website)

    Various car park are alike, and when you arrive, you are so excited to see the castle that it is very easy to forget on which car park you left your car.
    On the way back, all the roads in wood are similar, you have no more the visual mark of the castle in this direction and you can lose quite a lot of time to find the good car park.

    So, be sure you'll remember the car park label (P0, P1, ...), or you'll certainly extend your visit in an unexpected manner ...

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    No graffiti, please!

    by vinc_bilb Updated Sep 1, 2009

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    Stupid testimony

    I can understand that the visitors are marked by the castle, but not that they engrave the testimony of their visit on walls (see picture), despite of clear and repeated instructions.

    I know if sounds stupid, to remind that but unfortunatly, it's a realitity, really damaging the casttle.

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    Hunting Can Be Bloody

    by hquittner Written May 13, 2007

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    Cornered Fox

    The Animal and Hunting Museum is a bland exhibition of the sport, but there is some viciousness and gore in evidence in some of the paintings, all of which are well crafted (and often by renowned artists).At what age does remote exhibits of cruelty no longer disturb young children? You may have such a fellow traveller. The second floor is easy to avoid. There are no animals here for petting!

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