Chateau Saint Just
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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In Paris for a wedding, we had a leisurely half day to drive around the outskirts of Paris and enjoy the chateau and countryside.
We visited St Germain en Laye, a hunting forest for the royals in the past at Versailles in the Ancient Regime.
It was a very nice town for a stroll in the parks by the river, and we had brunch there …
I did the washing while Meg and Liam went shopping, a woman's work is never done. At midday Liam left for the train, he has been easy company and we wish him Bon Voyage. Our washing machine whilst new and quiet, is the type that washes and dries so it takes many hours for a load. We have worked out that it is best to wash then hang things round the flat and dry the urgent things ...
... and I toyed with the idea of stopping at every one of them and letting them make us one before declining them, but there were so many of them we'd probably still be there while I'm writing my blog (9 days later - yes I know I'm behind), so we decided against us. There was another church to see! We scaled the steps up to the entrance of the church, and went inside for a look. It was quite beautiful inside, with really high ceilings, stained glass windows, ...
... and through the Left Bank. It didn't look far on the map, I kept saying to Malcolm "three more bridges" but I hadn't turned the page......it was a long way home ! We past the "Lover's Bridge" (Pont des Arts) which certainly symbolized the romance of Paris. Next day our tour leader Herbert took us to Monet's Garden and Chateau de Versailles via some picturesque Normandy countryside which included the town of Bonnieres-sur-Seine where the ...
... Such a display of kindness was totally unexpected, we were speechless. She insisted we take it so that we were able to go up to the top together. We had a great evening and were very grateful to that mystery woman who we will never meet again. The next morning we headed for the highest hill in Paris, Montmartre. We had to see the Moulin Rouge although obviously couldn't afford the €100 needed to see a cabaret show. We wandered up cobbled streets to Sacre Coeur, a ...