Chateau De Courcelles
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- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... explain who the various tombs are representing, everyone from Dukes of Burgundy (a large selection of the Dukes, a bit ironic since it was built by an Orleanist), but also French kings and knights and queens and mistresses.
It is all together a most amazing experience and it is seems so odd that it is there, but none of the castle staff seem to mention it.
We watched at least 6 or 7 busloads of school ...
... but a sister car was fitted with the original furniture and was on display. No pictures were allowed in the museum.
After a McDonald's lunch (apparently nothing else was open on Sunday), we stopped at "The Little Red Schoolhouse." On May 7, 1945, Germany signed papers of surrender in this building. The news was made public on May 8. This was the first of several surrenders that happened ...
... It was hot and quite good. The hot was nice because the weather was cold and gray and spritzing rain. I am determined to more adventuresome in my eating this year!
We left Oakland on Monday the 30th, arrived in France on Tuesday and after a long night’s sleep in our lovely room with a great bed, on Wednesday April 1 we headed off to Giverny to see Monet’s garden in the spring. We lucked into the one day of good weather in all of that week! ...
... angel statue was reminiscent of Dr Who's weeping angels - slightly sinister! The stained glass windows were particularly spectacular - both old and modern versions. After a quick espresso we walked around the city and, as is often the case, were too late for the market which closed at lunchtime - we keep forgetting that pretty much everything shuts down from 12.30 to 3.30pm each day so the French can enjoy their long lunch. We had a peak in Les Halles where the ...
... today was much better!" phew! she got hooked up with some other English speakers, three girls and a boy, most of whose names she found completely unpronounceable. but the fact that she even knew their names is a big step forward. today started with 2 hours of phys. ed.
gage, on the other hand, has such swagger that he already has a group of friends, named Sacha and Damien, who he rolls with. He said tag ...