Published in The Globe and Mail | April 7, 2012 | By Karan Smith
There’s a castle in my bike’s side-view mirror. But it’s not just any castle. It’s the castle said to have inspired the tale of Sleeping Beauty. Built against a hill in the beautiful pale tufa stone of these parts, the Château d’Ussé overlooks the Indre River and is all towers, turrets and tight winding staircases.
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