A l'Ombre Bleue

22 rue de la Mare, Mittainville, Île-de-France, 78125, France | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Mittainville

Man Crush Monday

A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance


... from all of the skiing (that I didn't do). Later that night, I laughed to myself even harder when all of the comments of friends and family, who said I would find a Frenchman while here, came to mind.

The poor kid is still smitten though, and it seems will continue in his endeavors for a good long time. He still tells me how wonderfully nice and pretty I am, and now that it's almost spring, I get handpicked flowers everyday.

Etrechy II

A travel blog entry by stl312


... market has a drive-up window just for buying bread. The super market is also where one buys gas (diesel) for the car. She graciously showed us around town and answered our questions. Between my French and her English we communicated OK. However, I did have to go and look up certain phrases and verb tenses I planned to use when we met up once again. Jocelynn works at a bank in Paris and takes the one hour train ride to ...


A travel blog entry by marysizemore


... down. Eventually Jean had to get his ladder to bring it down. The deed was done and after we played for a bit longer, Claire and I went to help Anne with the grocery list. She had me write everything down. It was like a vocabulary test- she said the word in English and I'd write it in French. After that, us kids messed around with Claire's camera until Laure wanted some cherries and decided to have a spitting contest. The cherries here ...

Quatre jours à Paris et à Versailles

A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna


... watching type of experience, but equally as interesting (to Jenna, Maybe not Ramsey). We went underground to take the Metro to Gare de Nord and validate our Eurail Global Passes. The Global Pass is our ticket to using all of the reservations I’ve made between each country. Complicated is an understatement. Gare de Nord was so so dirty and smelled of cat box- yuck! You would think one of the primary train stations would be a little less repulsive. Anyway, we waited for ...

Versailles, Notre Dame, last night in Paris

A travel blog entry by jjdruce


... now wants a vintage bike for home ha ha. We spent about 4 hours in Versailles and then found a crepe restaurant ( more crêpes ) before training it back to Notre dame. Notre Dame is an amazing church, very dark and gloomy due to the gothic style, but beautiful none the less. This was our last night in Paris so we went home, packed and went to dinner at 9:30pm! I had Escargot (snails) yummy! I did ...

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