Auberge La Pomme de Pin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to attempt to smoke out vandals - clearly the plan got out of hand.
The Cathedral is famous for its stained glass windows and they are very impressive. Survived both world wars by being removed and hidden.
The Cathedral is a UNESCO historic site and is currently undergoing restoration. Where complete you can ...
It was a very misty morning. The grass play area had a low cloud hovering over the turf between the chalets and the camping cars.
A drive along the Loire. With the river high up its banks the road was safe because it was on the levee. We drove through Amboise to Blois, stopping at Chaumont-sur Loire. Then across country through Chateaudun to Thiron.
The weather had ...
... a Roman style. I even had the chance to ascend one of the towers (all 300 stairs) and look down at Chartres below. The view was breathtaking and I was so lost in the sight that I even lost my host dad and brother while taking a panorama shot of the town. I eventually found them and we descended to find m host mom, who had learned of another sight not very well known in Chartres to visit.
The second sight was the Maison Picassiette (The house of picked plates). A house that ...
... take the 947p train. The light show was VERY impressive, following the contours of the building, set to music, etc. YAY! We left about 930p for the short distance down the hill to the train station, looked at the monitors and I followed the group to track 2, thinking, 'uh, I didn't see a train for Paris leaving imminently, but what do I know? I speak espanol, not French.' La la la. On the platform, the monitor ...
... in French. I yelled for Barbara to come save me, and the guy looked confused, but WHATEVER! We walked to the Chateau and, to our dismay, learned that it didn't open until 1p in the off-season. We decided to get lunch, even though it wasn't quite noon (tres gauche by French standards). The place we chose probably wasn't even really open yet for lunch, but what are they gonna do with 6 ...