Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Place Plumereau


This beautiful plaza is in the heart of the "old quarter" of the city of Tours.  It's surrounded by little side streets that have even more restaurants.  We had a nice, long leisurely lunch here with a visiting friend.

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  1. "Place Plume" at night is THE place to be for students... I can tell you!

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    1. We spent a night there years ago before we moved here and we can attest to that ! Lively does not adequately describe it.

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  2. I don't remember that part of Tours but we haven't visited very often (apart from the Volvo garage and Ikea!).

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    1. You gotta go the next time. It's full of history and charm and shopping.

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  3. part of that building to the left looks a little "hotel roanoke-ish" don't you think?

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    1. Timber frame construction is quite common around here and more so as you head towards Brittany and Normandy. But yes, the hotel Roanoke would fit in fine here.

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    1. It's a great place to eat and watch the world go by.

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  5. Yet another town I need to visit.
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    1. Indeed you do. Let us know when you're arriving.

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    1. It's a great place to eat and hang out.

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  7. I love that the 'heart' is a plaza of bistro tables!!

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