Hotellerie Saint Yves
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... been Knighted twice by the French government. While he is slowing down, only one tour a day vice two, he was incredibly interesting and made the 90 minute tour fly by. Kathy, never really having a great interest in history has been converted!! Seeing places brought to life after only reading about them in text books has given us both a zest for learning. Don't worry, we won't bore you all ...
Last day in Paris and Pascals offer to drive us to Montparnasse has to be withdrawn as the tractors of the farmers will be blockading the streets. Finally after chats etc. drifted to train..still tired from weekend. Managed a nice lunch at our lovely restaurant after the fact finding mission around Gare dEst and Gare du nord..in readiness to catch the plane back toSweden as we will be arriving at GaredEst and need to catch the train from GdN. Diid some shopping and found ourselves ...
... felt like a drowned rat.
I bought a ticket to Chartres (the man understood me; I didn't understand him) and waited about ten minutes for the platform to show up on the big reader board. There were only four other people in my little section of the train, so at least I didn't have to worry about my suitcase being in anyone's way. The trip took a little over an hour, and the Timhotel Chartres-Chatelet is barely half a block from the station (and it wasn't raining!). I'm in a ...
... lovely home followed, and then they met us again the next day for a tour of the local area.
This region, around Carnac, is beautiful. Of course the great weather has smiled on us once again. Even so, every little town here is a seaside village with a thriving marina and happy, smiling inhabitants - and why wouldn't they? Actually, it's also historic and we mean really historic. Around Carnac is the largest collection of megalithic (large stone) monuments ...
Well, we had an interesting start to our trip to Chartres. We had planned the trip - metro to Gare Montparnasse and TEV to Chartres. What we had not planned was a bomb scare at Montparnasse, which closed the ticket office for a vital 15 minutes. To cut a long story short we were stuffed around by people who have us wrong information until eventually the ticket office was opened and a nice young man helped us with the tickets ...