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Travel Blogs from Fontainebleau
I woke up in the morning not sure if ben was on a flight or not. The last message I received said, 'they've lost my luggage and my plane was cancelled...' A little vague yes. But I send some positive energy ben's way and eventually he made it in one piece. It turns out two flights from winnipeg were cancelled (he was scheduled to go from Winnipeg to Toronto, then Toronto to London-Paris). Somehow ben managed to make the flight to Toronto ...
... and wasn't really supposed to be seen, at least not by those who admire the manicured and pretty gardens.
We decided not to visit the inside of the palace as there were school kids everywhere in the waiting areas and thought it too noisy, so we went out, walked around another garden and then we'd had enough, so we got in the car and travelled to the other end of the garden, where we found a park and went to the ...
... Baptiste has been showing at Valkensward at the GCT show for the last two weekends, and his dad Edouard(the boss and main rider here) has been going to help while his horses have been having a break from showing. Edouard would have had his top horse in the main GCT class if he was showing. So it hasnt been the busiest time,aswell as two horses getting sold, which was kind of a relief when we saw the forecast. Usual start time is 730 but we have ...
I'm once again writing a blog post during a train journey. If you're wondering, I'm doing all this blogging thanks to the magic of my trusty iPad. Although I am using an external keyboard (anyone who has attempted to type any significant amount of work on an iPad will know why). We are travelling from Lille to Montargis today via Paris. In Montargis we will spend one night before picking up our campervan, or camping car as the French call it, to ...
... sculptures and prints from scrap materials when he encountered Jean Dubuffet.
Dubuffet's own work had gone against the mainstream and he had developed an interest in work done by other untrained artists working outside of the established art world. Often these were unknown, isolated people creating obsessively and maniacally, using ...
Other places to stay in Fontainebleau
41 rue Royale, Fontainebleau | 3 star hotelfrom $121
18, rue de Ferrare, Fontainebleau | 3 star hotelfrom $79
9 Rue Grande, Fontainebleau | 3 star hotelfrom $123
27 Place Napoleon Bonaparte, Fontainebleau | 4 star hotelfrom $127
1, rue de la Chancellerie, Fontainebleau | Hotelfrom $95
4 rue Richelieu, Fontainebleau | Hotelfrom $101
112, 122 rue de France, Fontainebleau | Hotel$127 average
Courdimanche sur Essonne, Fontainebleau | 5 star hotelfrom $219