Chateau de Raray

Address: 4, rue Nicolas de Lancy, Raray, Oise, Picardy, 60810, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 4, rue Nicolas de Lancy, Raray.
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    J'adore Paris!

    A travel blog entry by jessanderson on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... beautiful). Here we had our first crepe before more walking to hunt down some wine, cheese and baguettes to eat in the Tuileries gardens. Feeling a wee bit tipsy we then tracked up champs élysées stopping for shopping here and there before reaching the arc du triomphe. With the line to climb this way too slow moving it was then time to head ...

    You can't do Paris without doing Versailles!

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 12, 2014

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    It has been wet and cold this week in Paris, and I have done nothing to write home about. Nothing other than take buses all over town (for a change) on Monday, before getting seriously lost for a couple of hours. Eventually I managed to walk back into a known suburb and crawled home to rest my weary legs for the next three days.
    I had prebooked a ticket to get into the Palace of Versailles for Friday so it was a relief that ...

    Arc de Triomphe & a stroll to the Petite Palais

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 27, 2014

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    On August 15th 1806 the first foundation stone was laid on the Triumphal Arch that Napoleon ordered to be built to honour his Grand Army of France that at the time had won battles all over Europe. Due to a number of setbacks, including Napoleons abdication and major cost overruns, the Arc de Triomphe was not completed until 1836, long after Napoleon's death in 1821.
    The names of 128 battles fought during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars is inscribed on ...

    Ben's catching up post! (written en route)

    A travel blog entry by ayayayaya on Aug 30, 2013

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    Everyone will be pleased to know that Steve and I kept our hands off of each other in Dubai and we haven't been stoned to death. We're now into our second flight, only about half an hour to go. Deep vein thrombosis hasn't set in, but Steve is looking exceedingly sleepy as well as annoyed at the large man who has spread himself out next to him; and I've turned around to glare at the children behind me who keep punching the back of my chair when they lose their tv ...

    Honfleur and Etretat

    A travel blog entry by karenstephens on May 29, 2013

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    ... as a treat after dinner. The chocolates were exquisite, as they should be, considering their hefty price!

    We couldn't leave Honfleur without sampling the local fish or seafood, so we stopped by a restaurant and ordered soup de poissons, which is fish soup. It was very flavorful. We had free wi-fi at the restaurant, so I was able to send you all the journal entry for yesterday.

    I am going to post a few photos of some Normandy cows. These are the prettiest cows I have ...