Le Clos du Tertre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... due to construction but since we didn't know that at the time we basically ran around like chickens with our heads cut off looking for this non existent train and if you knew me you'd know I despise running so it was just awful ahaha especially with these giant backpacks! Luckily this one lady helped us and told us where to go and lucky for Jord I was there because I saved the day by remembering which number she said for the train so toot toot for me ahah. After we ...
... and opulence and intricacies and detail. The chateau has huge gardens, and a large canal that the locals all go and lounge in. Beyond the gardens are the kings old hunting grounds. It's a huge forest and Chris said he loves to bike and hike through it, but we ran out of time to do that. We did go and lay by the canal which was nice. We took some more snacks, the cheese, and sausage and strawberries and wine, and enjoyed the sunshine. One of ...
... bail on the long line and just eat at one of the many outdoor cafes lining the streets. Honestly it wasn't amazing, probably because there were a lot of North American tourists in it, but I discovered I really like grilled goat cheese with figs & bacon. Thinking I need to make this into a grilled cheese sandwich.
I have also put my 14 years of public school French classes into use and I am trying to parler as much as possible with the servers and merchants. When in Rome ...
On the road again!! Took my fancy pants first class high speed train to Paris - it wasn't that fancy pants really, and I slept nearly the whole way ha. I arrived at Paris Austerlitz, walked straight to Gare du Lyon around he corner and left again 20 mins later. Been there, done that haha. Although I did return a couple of days later but I'll get to that! I was heading straight for Fontainebleau, but I should back track a little first. Not long before leaving Glasgow, with ...
... of the gardens and had our picnic. We chose local produce, a baguette, (still warm when we bought it), some local cheese, (epoisses), and some French jambon, (ham). Washed down with a fruit juice (still have to drive today...).
We then drove into Paris, booked into the hotel, unpacked the car and then took the car to return it. We then walked to the hotel and then collapsed, we have 2 hours to get ready for our evening.