Chenonceau is one of those "have to see"Chateaux of the Loire". As you walk towards it, a feeling of opulence surrounds you.
The most popular photograph of Chenonceau would be of the arches across the river but I found the long passage above thos arches equally impressive. This is a place where balls and feasts were held and during WWII, the resistance would find a safe passage from the enemy.
But most of all it was the kitchen that impressed my wife Sue.