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Today we spent 4 and a half hours on the road total to go to three places, Gerbroy, Beauvais, and Chantilly Castle. Gerbroy was voted the prettiest village in France, and they were not wrong. They had plenty of old architecture and overgrown remnants of a wall around the village. We stopped in Beauvais to see the Cathedral and also saw a small art museum nearby. In the art museum they had converted the attic on the 3rd ...
... the man didn't even look at it. He just opened it up and stamped it. Lucky there weren't any terrorists on the train. At least, none that blew it up. I wasn't expecting to be completely comfortable on the Eurostar. A train going beneath the sea is just hard to fathom and the thought of it was unnerving. But it was so quick I barely noticed it. We took off along a normal train line, with a couple of tunnels here and there but we were predominantly in ...
Went to Lafayette today - v overwhelming dept store. Totally incredible but didnt buy much. Then onto tuileries garden slap bang in the middle of fashion week - models and paparazzi everywhere - it was incredible to watch stunning models in high end designer clothes. Wandered back past the glass pyramids at the louvre and out for chocolate and dinner. Weather is a balmy 23 - v warm and incredible. Flowers everywhere and couldn't be better!! ...
... a relaxing afternoon back at our hotel chateau, cycling around the park and villages nearby.
We enjoyed a lovely dinner in the sunset on the terrace at our chateau hotel overlooking the park - our last night of the holidays.
... a long walk in the pouring rain with our backpacks from the hotel to the Merto to catch a train to the north side of town. We are staying at St Christopher's for the night as it's the pick up point for busabout & we join the loop tomorrow & we will be going to Lauterbrunnen in Switzerland. We have to ask people that don't understand us for directions a few times before we soggily clamber into the hostel entrance. We then discover our room is on the 6th floor & the lift ...