Blois-Chambord. For anyone who had a very cool, worldly aunt growing up, this sounds like the name of a cheese she would bring back from France and eat paired with a wine that would sound equally exotic and foreign to an impressionable child. In actuality, Blois-Chambord is a mid-sized, 19th century regional train station. That’s perhaps a bit of a let down given the mouth-watering build up. But, it does however have the enormous plus of being in the very scenic Loire Valley sitting about an hour southwest of the […]

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