De La Gloire
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... all plain sailing. We got back to Sven and dismounted and we all had gaits like cowboys, personally I felt like a very old, stiff cowboy. The girls relaxed and watched a DVD and Jess set off to the local patisserie to get us all a reward but she returned empty handed as it was shut. Never send a woman on a man's job, that's all I have to say. I happen to know that there was another patisserie just across the bridge but Jess said we didn't really ...
... ones and I rode one of the big ones with Allegra on my lap. At first it was easy but then it got really difficult to pedal and I couldn't believe how unfit I was until the girls told me that I had a flat tyre. I thought it might have been as a result of the excess weight but then they told me that the man had to pump it up when they got it. Just as well or i might have been motivated to give up the patisseries but now I can carry ...
A nice long lie in this morning, the girls really do sleep well in Sven and it was 9 before they woke us up. We still tried to tell them it was not morning time yet as I still felt tired and could have done with more sleep. There was still no hot water in the showers so we had to do without again even if we are all getting a bit smelly. So today we wanted to go to Orleans so the girls could maybe learn a bit ...
... the Tour de France (TdF) from day six onwards. We've so far enjoyed each stage of Le Tour (usually just the last hour or so) from the comfort of our hotel room or a local bar. It's weird being able to watch the race in the late afternoon rather than in the middle of the night. It's much easier to stay awake. We can also see instantly how we are fairing in the SBS Fantasy Tour league (a competition that SBS runs during the TdF) and I'm ...