The Big Chill

By the 18th century, Chenonceau was falling to ruin.  It is saved by another great lady, Madame Dupin, a friend of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and ancestor of the 19th-century author George Sand (Aurore Dupin).  Faithful to the ideas of her friend Rousseau, Madame Dupin is buried in the woods outside the castle.  Andy, Jessica, and Alana pay homage to a great lady of Chenonceau.
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