Chateau de Grande Romaine
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- Heated pool
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Antoinette and it became her favorite place to stay and escape the pomp and circumstance of the court. It was an interesting contrast to the Grand Trianon, being far less lavish both in size and decoration. Again the gardens were stunning and I can only imagine what they must look like in their peek. Our final stop was Marie-Antoinette's Hamlet built in 1787 as another place of escape to a more simpler life. The small village had a working farm and dairy ...
... no. All of the very high-end stores are there, only letting a few people into their stores at a time. Won't go back, wouldn't recommend it. We caught the train back to our end of town - about a three minute walk from the Bastille station to our apartment. Handy at the end of a long day. Back to where I started - Happy Hour drinks, followed by dinner at an Argentinian steak house, about 6 doors down from us. Food superb, not for vegetarians! Highlight of the day: discovering I like Gin ...
... far!! Yay us! We bought our tickets, and got above ground again. We spent some time wandering around the base of the Arc, taking lots of pictures, finding the non-windy side, and admiring the grave of the Unknown Soldier, buried after WWI. Speaking of non-windy side...this has been our first day of cloudy weather since we embarked on this European adventure 2 weeks ago. With cloudy weather comes cooler temperatures...thank goodness. We were finally comfortable, if not a tich bit on ...
... she will go on tangents to fill in gaps of knowledge or things we might have forgotten about accents in future tense, how to conjugate ennuyer, or what the word for "robbery" is.
So what happened this week.
Monday: School. Being exhausted because I got there 30 minutes early. Went to the really nicely priced cafeteria for students called the "crous" (a nice meal with appetizer, main course, and desert for 3.80 euros! I had meat (they weren't ...
... to find a particular cafe on the other side of the city. Thankyou Google Maps. Only those who eat gluten free would understand that it is not too much trouble to catch whatever mode of transport possible to journey across town to a gluten free patisserie. Gluten free citron meringue (lemon meringue pie) was first on my list ... It ...