A l'Ombre Bleue

Address: 22 rue de la Mare, Mittainville, Île-de-France, 78125, France | B&B
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This B&B is located on 22 rue de la Mare, Mittainville.
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      Travel Blogs from Mittainville

      The Wedding

      A travel blog entry by ellenanddale on Sep 06, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... about both Emilie's and Jean-Marie's childhoods and then guessing games about the other person. It was all in French so everything was a guessing game to us! Except Emilie's dad's speech, which was in English, but this was incredibly brief in comparison to all the French going on. It was just after midnight by the time all of this ended before they started to set up the dance floor. Emilie and Jean-Marie had their first dance, a lovely ballroom number to ...

      Paris 2

      A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 23, 2014

      13 photos

      ... to Noosa plenty of times, because I like it too... So, we spent several hours there, wandering around, annoying the artists ( there must be over 100 doing their instant portraits and displaying a wide range of work of varying merit) and Treas re-arranging all the stuff on the shelves in the tourist shops, and then we had a light lunch of moules and frites (mussels and fries in case your French is slack) , and they were terrific. The serving was ...


      A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 30, 2014

      8 photos

      ... into the Palace and instead of waiting in yet another line, we opted to skip picking up the audio guide. All the rooms have signage and that was good enough for us! First, you are led through a series of rooms that show how Versailles was developed over time. It began as a hunting lodge and wasn't brought to its full opulence until Louis XIV. The route guides you through the Hall of Mirrors, which is truly stunning! The ...

      Palace of Versailles

      A travel blog entry by meboggs on Jun 20, 2014

      5 photos

      ... went to a cafe for lunch before the tour. Two boys from another school joined us for lunch. (This worked out great since the six of them are now tight as ticks.) Several people immediately wanted to order hamburgers which broke my heart a little. All I said was "Order a hamburger if you want but why don't you try something like a Croque Misuour that Is more French." Not a burger ordered they all loved their meals and I think Jack is now a huge fan of my ...

      The Allies have Landed. Americans on the shore!

      A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on Jun 06, 2014

      14 photos

      ... entrance and exit so basically no one could get through at all. You actually have to do quite a bit of shoving and "pardon!" to get around. And to think this was a day that they weren't as busy. The Hall of Mirrors was probably the best room inside the palace. Rows and rows of identical chandeliers line the ceiling, the entire left wall is mirrors, and the right side looks out into the gardens. Here the gardens are reflected in the mirrors and it really is a sight to behold. I'm glad ...