Chateau Saint Just

Address: 17 Rue Nationale, Belle Eglise, Oise, Picardy, 60540, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 17 Rue Nationale, Belle Eglise.
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      Travel Blogs from Belle Eglise

      Chateau and wedding

      A travel blog entry by joyce.kwong on Jul 26, 2014

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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 …

      First days in Paris

      A travel blog entry by stephtoole on Sep 28, 2014

      ... of pumpkin purée, layer of Campari something or other and foamy stuff on top. Delicious. First entree was an amazing calamari dish served with a zind Humbrecht Riesling. Second entree I had had before. The smoothest, creamiest potato, an egg in The middle then the first of the season white truffles shaved over the top SENSATIONAL !!!!! A bottle of Barbaresco with that. Main was delicious chicken and an amazing sauce, little foie gras ravioli and blackberry and a ...


      A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 05, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... narrow spiral stairway to a wet small tunnel opening. Lit posters informed us that millions of years ago Paris had been underwater, but due to shifts it had risen and had a layer of Parisian stone. This stone was dug up and mined, and used to build the Notre dam and other places in the city in the 14th and 15th centuries,running underneath the city. In the 17 and 18th centuries, the tunnels had been all but forgotten, but they started to collapse. Realising the danger, ...


      A travel blog entry by brooksies on Jul 17, 2014

      13 photos

      ... an hour up the top before descending to the second floor. We then took the stairs down. I loved the stairs as there is very few people on them. They take you through the guts of the tower, where you can marvel how the entire tower is essentially flat iron and angle iron..... And a ship load of rivets. I couldn't see any welds at all (on the main tower). Did you know that the tower was only temporary. It ...

      24 & 25 th June

      A travel blog entry by kathryn62 on Jun 25, 2014

      Busy two days Yesterday - set off at 8.30 to collect Paris pass, the chap at reception showed us a route to take but said it would take along time Suggested the bus but we decided to walk Took at least hour and half and they were nor overly helpful at the pass shop - gave us the pass and bundled us out the door! Found all not overly keen to talk when they knew we didn't speak the language, very little respect So then decided to find the ...