L'Aunette Cottage

Address: 11 Rue Alain de Rothschild, Chamant, Picardy, 60300, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 11 Rue Alain de Rothschild, Chamant, is near Musee de la Venerie (Hunting Museum).
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    Travel Blogs from Chamant

    Exploring Paris + first messy night

    A travel blog entry by veritybignell on Jun 28, 2015

    10 photos

    ... depressing because they were all so bloody skinny. After the show we went to o'sullivans club and danced until 330 in the morning, it was amazing. The bar tenders were doing shots with us, had no tops on and were completely different to Australian ones. This one bar tender made "the strongest drink he knows", safe to say there was tequila in it but Jess I didn't pass out!! Under no circumstance can I drink tequila while I'm in Europe... We left the ...

    France here we come

    A travel blog entry by abigailturner on May 21, 2015

    3 photos

    ... in Barcelona. After about a good 45 minutes we thought we had it pretty well figured out. With our map in hand and our packs on our back we headed out. And after only one mistake, we actually made it to the right part of the city where our hotel had been booked. Walking up from the metro and onto Paris turf it was blatantly clear that french people are all about clothing and style. We stood out like a sore thumb. Even the hobo on the side of the street didn't ...

    Touring while walking on eggshells

    A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Jan 08, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... of the train station transformed into a museum. The building itself is truly the greatest part of the exhibits, grand curving ceiling flying above us, metal ribs protruding elegantly into the wide open space. The old track bed is now lined with statues, and rooms of impressionist works splinter off from the main hall. Each offers different artists' works, including more of Monet's waterlilies, Renoir at the ...

    Last day for Georgie

    A travel blog entry by stephtoole on Oct 14, 2014

    Off to parc Monceau for a run, we are really needing it this morning! Nice day but Georgie still not feeling great. David and Michael dropped by to return a cotton blanket I had leant them as they were leaving later that day, we will miss their company. Then we were out and about. Down to Uniglo for a few purchases. Georgie wanted to get Cameron a shirt for his birthday and I needed to buy some of the heat tech tops ...

    Bastille Markets

    A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 14, 2014

    ... bikes and Ellie being sick, when we really just wanted to go to the Bastille markets which are only open on Sunday. After much persistence we agreed to meet them at the Bastille station at 2. We got the train there and arrived a little early so we started roaming through the very French market stalls. Most sold fresh produce but there was also cheeses, bread, meat, seafood and even some homemade jewelry etc. The whole thing was both familiar and wildly foreign and we were content ...