Chateau de Sancy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... was probably waiting in the VERY long line which ended up taking an hour to get though, luckily though paying and actually getting down into the catacombs was relatively easy. Taking photos of the catacombs were unfortunately not so easy; it was very dark, and even hard to see with my own eyes (let alone my camera) in some areas, and the only way to actually get a decent photo was to have a very long exposure on (which means no movement or ...
... preacher, Jacques Bénigne Bossuet (1627-1704), famous for his funeral orations and the city's bishop from 1682 to 1704.
Meaux is famous for L Appellation d’Origine Brie de Meaux (brie) and Moutarde de Meaux Pommery (mustard)
Musée de la Grande Guerre
This museum offers a new vision of the first ...
... a very strange feeling being in the tunnel for however long it was (I slept for a while) then coming out in France. The trip was only 2.5hrs. We arrived at Gare du Nord, found the Métro, found the right train, got off at the right stop, and found our wonderful hotel very easily. We are staying in the Latin Quarter, half a block from the Sorbonne, one of the first universities in the world. This is the "old" area of Paris, and ...
... which he loved.
Jobs and makeover complete it was just after noon and time for some sight seeing. We walked down to the St Germain des Pres and ate lunch a the famed Cafe Maggatt. After foie gras, wine and cake we made our way to St Michel, Forum des Halles and the Pompidou centre before checking out Pont Axexandre III and taking a bike Taxi ( in peek traffic) up the Champs Élysées to the Arch de Triomphe..it was the case of another lift and another ...
... tower. The view of Paris, the Eiffel Tower and the cathedral itself (including its famous gargoyles) was however worth the wait, although the 357 steps up a narrow winding enclosed stone staircase was a little taxing.
After descending the tower, we walked across the river to get some photos of Notre Dame Cathedral, and then headed for the Latin Quarter to get some lunch. We enjoyed a good Vietnamese formule for lunch ...