Hotel Rambouillet Amarys

73 Rue De La Louviere, Rambouillet, Île-de-France, 78120, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 73 Rue De La Louviere, Rambouillet, is near Chateau de Rambouillet, Musee Rambolitrain, and Abbaye des Vaulx de Cernay.
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Travel Blogs from Rambouillet

D10. Dipping our toes in the water.

A travel blog entry by lpon on Jul 25, 2014

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... walk, while we were still sleeping, to explore the surrounding area. Next he showed us what he had found. There's a wonderful little food market just down the street. Everyone there was so friendly and patient. Friendly, patient people are EVERYTHING. Anyways, this is where we grabbed a quick snack before heading to a bus tour. The food was superb. 1000x better than dinner last night. There seemed to be a lot of ...

Let Them Eat Cake

A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Jul 05, 2014

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... there long, it's so expensive! From there, we whizzed to Paris at 300km/h on the TGV. Our first night in Paris was not meant to be eventful. We arrived late and weren't planning on doing much. One trip to the supermarket was all it took for some late night drama though. Somehow, I managed to lock us out of the apartment as soon as we left. Not to worry though, Sophie had a hairpin so I stepped up to pick the lock. An hour of wiggling and fiddling later and.... nothing happened. ...


A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Jun 27, 2014

2 comments, 446 photos

... on the bridge for about 5 minutes, as we still had a lot to see. We then headed to the Latin Quarter. According to NBC News, the Latin Quarter "is the precinct of the Université de Paris . . . where students meet and fall in love over café crème and croissants. Rabelais named it the Quartier Latin after the students and the professors who spoke Latin in the classroom and on the streets" ("A Walking Tour"). It was a really cool area with a lot of ...

Mona Lisa Swatch

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Apr 24, 2014

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... and was directed to the back of the store. I friendly, clean-cut young man with a five-o-clock shadow and bright blue eyes helped me out. I looked through the case of possible bracelets that would replace the deplorable neon leopard print bracelet I needed to get rid of. He showed me the simple, black bracelet, and said that it went "parfait" with the face of my watch. While he gave my watch a face lift, he was asking where I was from and letting ...

Palace of Versailles

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Feb 16, 2014

59 photos

... you want in a foreign language (not French). He was trying to press the buttons. Eli swiped his hand away like he "was batting a pestering fly" that's a quote straight from Eli. I said no we are fine you can go away. He kept standing there so I just kept saying au revoir to him so he got the hint. Then a man from in the station shouted, he retreated to his suitcase at the side of the road. We got our tickets and ran into the station. ...