Tiara Chateau Hotel Mont Royal Chantilly
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... see all of the shoes I left at home! I haven't even worn all of the shoes I brought. I'm sad because when I got here, it was far too cold for my sandals, so those will have to wait until next year. Along with some of my summery/springy dresses. When I got to Nancy, it was so darn hot and here it's so darn cold all the time. I wish I would've brought more sweatshirts (hence the title of this blog). Maybe not sweatshirts, but at least more long sleeves instead of ...
... t great, in my opinion. There was a McDonalds, which had a huge line (after checking out the other options, I understood why), and then about 4 or 5 cuisine-themed booths, that didn't really appear to be from chains of any sort. There was an Asian one, a Mediterranean one, a French one, and an Italian one. We ended up splitting a meal from the Mediterranean one, which still cost us over 15 euros (so almost $20 Canadian...for a food court meal). ...
We started the day with some great pastries from the nearby Boulangerie. I ordered what I thought was a fruit bun straight out of the oven only to find it was a choc chip roll. I had to force myself to eat it!!
Then our friendly guide who I have been hassling by email for weeks arrived and we set off. First stop was St Chapelle. Your first sight inside this chapel certainly has that Wow moment! Lots of beautiful stain glass windows.
... information and imagery available on the web allows us to "experience" things without even being there. I'm hoping to be fully present on this little adventure. Today we landed in Paris after an all-day flight. All day for those of us traveling from the Left Coast. The minor problem is you get in at about 11 pm PDX time - but it's 8 am here and you've got daylight to burn, museums to see, etc. We "soldiered-up" ...
... it more if we didn't have to stand for 3 hours!! Rick has been consulting an Internet site that gives information about each arrondissement and what is noteworthy there. On Thursday we visited the 20th, an area unmarked on the map Ardeth has been penning. Here there is Parc de Belleville, which has in it the highest point in Paris. From here you can see most of the city's highlights. It has a waterfall - unfortunately ...