Chateau de Sanse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... never recover.
In between all that, we have taken bike rides to the big Leclerc store (think huge Target) for groceries and some hardware. We have also been in search of a Brickorama store we have never managed to find, in spite of google maps and bad directions from other people. Been shopping in the extensive Saturday market. Meandered about town. Eaten pastries. Been in the church. Ate pizza out one night.
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... building opened and were pleased to see that there were few other people there. We decided to have a quick lunch (picnic of croissants, cheese, meat, and fruit)…on the grounds in front of the impressive gates to the Petit Triole (Marie-Antoinette’s cottage). The boys found a huge tree stump and, following the lead of a few other children, began climbing and exploring it. Cyndy was happily and proudly snapping pictures (see ...
... not exaggerating) we spent some time enjoying the architecture and atmosphere of the plaza. Dinner went smoothly, and with full bellies we settled in for an hourlong cruise of La Seine. The nighttime glimpse into Paris only adds to my praise of the beauty here. Again, I went briefly because it's been a long day, I need some sleep, and we'll be waking up at 3:30 tomorrow morning to catch a train to Milan. Four hours left until it's, "Au Revoir Paris!" (:/) But it's, "Bongiorno ...
... and the red and white guards. Which was just as magical as everything else. When we finished the maze it was already time to catch up with Matt and dad. We had arranged to meet near the next ride we were planning to go on. But then... The unexpected: It started raining! Not just light spitting bit actual heavy rain! ! After ten minutes of rain mum and me were soaked!!! Dad had the umbrella and we didn't have our waterproof ...
... Paris, or go and see the Mona Lisa. Despite my dream so close to coming true, I opted for the cultural pursuits and vowed to be back. 6 years after that, and more than a decade after my first Disney exposure, my dream and goal was finally accomplished today!! We set foot in the fourth and final 'magic kingdom' of Disneyland Paris, and I couldn't keep the grin off my face. Despite the pouring rain and chilly wind, the early morning ...