B&B Creil Chantilly
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what it was like in a previous life and the work in progress. Fantastic. There is a grill (steak) restaurant, a bar, seafood and of course tapas and more. We thought it would be appropriate for our last meal to have tapas and Vermouth. I've not had vermouth before and thought it quite appropriate for midday. Excellent croquettes, potato brava, a fried mixed seafood basket, grilled vege, more tomato bread but served so ...
... if it's not on full power, it squeaks. It's kind of a lose-lose situation. I did learn, that if you shut it off while shampooing, it's less likely to leak on to the floor.
My card was rejected by the bank to buy my SIM card, again. It said something about the phone numbers not being the same so I can't use it. I DON'T HAVE A DAMN PHONE NUMBER, HENCE BUYING A SIM CARD. This is seriously the dumbest thing ever. I'm so ridiculously ****** off right ...
... off on the 3 mile ride to Giverny. Once there, we left our bikes and walked through the small village down to Monet's house and gardens. It was beautiful. All of it has been restored as it was pretty much destroyed during the war. We got a lot of pictures out by the pond and gardens (yes, lots of lily pads!) and then went to a cafe for a beverage and to rest our weary feet. We rode back ...
... and spent the afternoon touring the smaller palaces of Grand Trianon (which Louis XIV built for his mistress). The Petit Trianon was built by Louis XV for his mistress, Madame Pompadour, then later became the home of Madame du Barry. Louis XVI later gave the palace to Marie Antoinette, which she made as her home. We also visited the hamlet built by Marie ...
... do few electronic devices! Except for the tourists taking photos! We walked through the park and then to Angelina's the famous chocolatier and had hot chocolate. Then on to the musee orangerie to see some more impressionist art. We had dinner in the Latin district where the restaurantiers stand on the street and actively recruit diners. Not the best decision of our trip. Lesson. Don't go cheap on food in Paris! Can't believe we head home ...