Chateau de Sancy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Zealand next year, they gave me their number and said call because they have a beach house Daniel and I could use! See, I am already planning my next adventure! The catacombs were so cool! The catacombs are located beneath Paris in abandoned water quarries and now hold 6 million people's bones! The bones date back to the 18th century and are nicely and respectfully arranged by cemetery. The pile of bones never seems to end either. The catacombs were built when Parisians dug ...
... dim lighting but worth fighting the chefs & tourists alike to browse the huge selection of supplies.
For dinner tonight - we wanted something simple after a 5-course lunch. We ended up at Breizh Cafe for traditional buckwheat galettes & crepes served with sparkling alcoholic cider. It was refreshing to go somewhere casual (jeans were ok) & the food was comforting and familiar. Overall a fantastic day in the best city in the ...
... 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 ...
... 25 minute journey along the A13 back into Paris. From one cultural experience to another it was now time to head up to the Boulevard de Clichy in Paris's red light district to catch the emblematic 2 hour cabaret spectacular that is Moulin Rouge. We opted for the whole schmeer with the combined dinner & show. After the lobster & prawn entrée followed le boeuf (over cooked) with a raspberry and cream dessert (once again uninspiring frog ...
... and the other never had children) - so he was persuaded toward the end of his life to donate his entire collection to the French government. So glad he did as I'm a massive fan. I purchased an umbrella with Monet's painting printed (I know a strange memento) on it but now I'm nervous I wont be able to bring it home as it doesn't fit in the case...fingers crossed....
Our next stop was a proper 'sit down 3 course lunch' - French style as Le Moulin Fourges (old ...