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Chemin de la Chaussee, Chantilly, Picardy, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chantilly

Absolutely loved it, too tired to fully enjoy it

A travel blog entry by flyingthrghlife

... hotel and I immediately get into yoga pants and a tee. I lay on my bed in complete exhaustion and inhale my yogurt. My sister came over to my parents room ( her husband was sleeping ) and we all split some Lauduree macaroons we bought earlier that day. Heaven. We then plan out what we will do tomorrow. Looks like museums are in the books since there is 90% chance it will rain. #pumped. Exhausting first day. After we get some rest, I think we will all be in a more adventurous ...

Chateau de Chantilly

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips


... all around the school for the festival de Chantilly, I started to want to go to check it out. A brief French lesson; Chantilly in French translates to whipped cream in English. And now you are on the same page as me. I mean, a festival for whipped cream? Who wouldn't want to go!?

After running the idea of going to the festival with some friends, I quickly learned that it was not ...

Chantilly Races

A travel blog entry by irajani123


... on the history of horses, horse racing, and anything horse related. There is also a race track, and you can arrange a tour of the thoroughbred training centres.

We realized we couldn't see everything in one morning so we decided to spend another night in Chantilly. We took in a dressage show, visited the museum and toured the stables in the morning, then spent the afternoon at the horse races. It was all informative and well-done but what ...

London câline.

A travel blog entry by roduperron


... rate, despite its central location and remarkable peacful vibe, the church sees very little foot traffic, passers-by seeming much more interested in quickening their pace past the drunken louts throwing catcalls in the square outside. I sit and spend a few minutes reflecting on whether i have yet accepted Jesus Christ as my risen savior (turns out the jury's still out on that one). Heading up rue Montorgueil, i window-shop the street's restaurants and food ...

Panoramic City Tour

A travel blog entry by sarah314


... rounded 3. Every district had a large (looked like a palace to me) plaza that used to be taxed to use and many of them were destroyed during the revolution. 4. Every district still has their own "city hall" - there is a real city hall too! 5. Many of the buildings are really wood buildings that have been covered with plaster. This has helped them not catch on fire - unlike a lot of older buildings in London. 6. The French used to build a lot of things for the world fairs! ...


This hotel, located on Chemin de la Chaussee, Chantilly, is near Chateau de Chantilly, Musee Conde, Musee Vivant du Cheval, and Hennessy Cognac.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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