Citotel Hotel Brennus
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The only reason I came to Fontainebleau was to walk in the forest (to get a break from the city rush) and to get closer to the Loire Valley, where I will be getting on a cruise! Anyways, today I walked to the forest and hiked for eight hours, then returned to my hotel. Initially, I had wanted to go horseback riding on the trail, but I was not disappointed with the hike. I'm more of an outdoor person, so it was refreshing to take a breath of free ...
Left Perth Mon 1 June , via HongKong to Paris . We Picked up the brand new black Renault at CDG airport ,our wheels for the next 5 months . We have decided to name him Ronaldo Renault ( bit of a tribute to my Dad Ron who had a penchant for French cars ). We then drove 2 hours out of Paris to the quaint town of Provins , only veering onto the wrong side of the road once!!! Not bad considering little sleep ...
... number to call, but I had no phone.
We waited in the sun.
Across the road was a small shop. Some fruit
out the front. Possibility of a soft drink.
Pleasantly surprised to observe the stock. 10%
sensible stuff like fruit and veg and groceries. 10% soft drink, the rest
was booze. Handy to have across the
road from where we
would be ...
... and total block out blind.
A pair of velocipedes on the back and a boxing kangaroo in the back window.
Then there’s the man cave - underneath about
one third of the area is a storage area. Full of stuff from snow chains to an air compressor
and tools ranging from a multimeter to a
hacksaw and spanners to a pop rivet gun.
... br> Some buildings are stone others are timber, some have masonry rendering. Most have chunky rural looking wooden doors and windows. The exteriors of all buildings might do with a visit from the Dulux man. Behind the rustic unloved exterior lies well kept and beautifully decorated interiors of timber, plastered whatever, granite, marble and local quarry stone.
Pavements are generally cobbled. ...