Abbaye des Vaux de Cernay Hotel
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Le Mont St Michaels. An incredible structure dating back one thousand years. It I a a self contained town, abbey and fortification, which was never breached during the 100 year war by the English. The spire on top was over 450 ft high, alleyways, stairs, vaulted rooms both roman and gothic abound. it was either an architects dream or nightmare depending on how you perceive it. it was added ...
... it was. It's enormous. There has been a church on this site since 1163 and this cathedral was completed in 1345. The architecture is just magnificent. From here we decided to do a lap of the Champs Élysées. From the Place de la Concorde we rode all the way to the Arc de Triomphe. The most famous road in the world. We didn't do it in quite the same times as the Tour de France but we did follow the same route. When we got to the Arc, we decided to bike around it. ...
... drawn to France 24 and BBC news. We somehow manage to pull ourselves away, and descend to the street to get better acquainted with the neighborhood we've called home for the last 10 days.
We haven't had a chance to explore the 11e arrondissement much, since we've been drawn to more historical corners of the city, more know monuments. Granted, we did spend a day exploring the paths of the Pere Lachaise cemetary, which is only ...
Sometimes you have to hope that the weather cooperates. And sometimes you just have to exercise a little patience and, eventually, things will turn out. Or you just have to come back another day, another time, maybe even another vacation. Today was all about trying again later.
Today we found ourselves on Ile de la Cité, which is the historically centre of town. It is also where the Notre Dame cathedral is ...
... storm was on its way and got home and sorted our stuff out ready for the next days travels to Amsterdam. In our room a lovely lady offered us a world famous macaron, which she lined up 2 hours for and we sampled the delicious raspberry flavour. The macaron was so soft and moist yet crispy at the same time it was amazing and our mouths were throwing parties at the first taste.
Cue more sniffing/snorting and snoring and that’s how the rest of the night unfolded.
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