Chateau de Cely

Address: Rte de Saint Germain, Cely, Seine-et-Marne, Ile-de-France, 77930, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cely

Day 13: Paris

A travel blog entry by woklyn on May 10, 2015

5 comments, 11 photos

... side by side in the local cemetery. It is a very poignant sight, yet somehow appropriate, as Vincent's paintings never sold in his lifetime, and Theo virtually supported him for his entire life. Vincent was 37 when he died, and Theo, who died only months later, was 34. Theo's wife kept all the letters that the brothers wrote to each other, and also valued and preserved Vincent's artworks until his genius was recognised. Those letters are a ...

London to Paris 1st class on the Eurostar

A travel blog entry by dilatham on Jan 04, 2015

4 photos

... that's $750 AUD). The maid could not tell us where the closest ATM was so she asked for a passport for security. We were not happy with that either so I volunteered my driving license. She seemed ok with that and after showing us around she left. The apartment is quite old and pokey. I guess we have got used to fancy hotels. But it is cute and very warm. I am sure we will love making this our Paris home for the next 5 days. An advantage is the separate bedroom ...

London to Paris

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 18, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... large amounts of hay stockpiled for winter as we have seen everywhere in Ireland and Britain. There are still crops of browning corn not yet harvested. I presume it is being left to dry first. Most of the land we see is under cultivation, there are very few cows and no sheep to be seen. Piaf keeps me company as we cross rural France. I have told the TD that it is homework in preparation for a week in Paris. She has told me already to not even try to speak any "terrible" French. I ...

From the Louvre to the Trocadero

A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 08, 2014

29 photos

... all around me. The audio guide spoke on a constant about every artefact I passed, until I turned into another room. The room was crowded and it was impossible to observe what all of these other tourists were looking at. I squeezed my way through the crowd and was amazed to see what they were looking at: The Mona Lisa. I got a few good photos which was quite difficult with the amount of other people trying to do so. I turned my audio guide ...


A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Aug 05, 2014

5 comments, 10 photos

... Made the Eiffel Tower lines look small. Certainly pays to go on a group tour here. We looked at the gardens first before going into the palace. Gardens cover 2000 acres and the areas closest to the buildings are laid out formally, those further away are less formal and forested. The level of extravagance is high with no expense spared. Walked straight into the palace bypassing all the lines. Our guide gave us our train tickets home and left us here to ...