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Travel Blogs from Fontainebleau
... outside Paris so we had a short train ride there as well. And it's such a busy line the train is a double decker, which was fun. (I'm a nerd...) Our train got to Paris early and we were able to get to Fountainebleau early as well. Luckily there was a bar nearby and Chris was early to pick us up. Fountainebleau is a super nice town. It's a small town outside Paris, and has lots of cute shops and restaurants and is also where Napoleon's chateau is. Which ...
... card tables. When we had finished touring the château, we headed into the gardens. These gardens had been designed by Le Notre, the same person who designed the gardens of Versailles. It was quite chilly out and since there wasn’t anything in bloom, we didn’t linger too long. We got a nice view back on the castle and had a quick stroll through Diana’s garden (dedicated to Diana, goddess of the hunt), before heading back to camp. ...
... wander around which was brilliant! It felt a bit like being in the middle of a big cartoon.
A door in the central part of the structure lead inside, through corridors and into Le Cabinet Logologique, the hidden central room which Dubuffet designed as a place for peace and contemplation.
Our man ...
... doing that so i was pulling him off stuff every second. Plus, if he wasn't sniffing he was humping my leg. So i would pull him from someone or a tree and then i would need to pull him away from my leg. Apparently he only likes males to leg hump... how fortunate. I still owning a dog could be fun. But if i get one, hes going to bad ass and well trained i can assure you. And to be honest other things happened but really since Monday afternoon i have just been thinking ...
... to climb with. I was doing this really high overhang cave thing and it still had a few pitons in it from the old days, real good climb.
I have been eating their meals with them, lunch and breakfast mainly too. Its been good. They don't mind me being here they would just prefer i sleep somewhere else so if i could sleep in the garage it would be sweet. I don't speak any Spanish in here like i was hoping to though. If they ...
Other places to stay in Fontainebleau
41 rue Royale, Fontainebleau | 3 star hotelfrom $135
18, rue de Ferrare, Fontainebleau | 3 star hotelfrom $95
9 Rue Grande, Fontainebleau | 3 star hotelfrom $110
27 Place Napoleon Bonaparte, Fontainebleau | 4 star hotelfrom $149
4 rue Richelieu, Fontainebleau | Hotelfrom $116
1 pl. du General-de-Gaulle, Fontainebleau | Hotelfrom $190
112, 122 rue de France, Fontainebleau | Hotelfrom $124
1, rue de la Chancellerie, Fontainebleau | Hotelfrom $107
Rue du Chateau de Belesbat, Fontainebleau | 5 star hotelfrom $103