Domaine de Belesbat Chateau Hotel and Golf Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... too long. She doesn’t seem to have suffered badly, however, and one look tells you that the Paris sales have also done her no harm!
Off to see the mighty pile, Château de Fontainebleau. Thirty-four sovereigns, from Louis VI, the Fat, (1081–1137) to Napoleon ...
... Chase...."look kids there's Big Ben") We were then first in line at the Eiffel Tower to ascend to the second level. We had the deck just about to ourselves for a while and Andrew again went mad with the photos! It was very cold this morning and windy. A warm coffee in the cafe warmed us up and it was back on the bus to do some more touring. Many of the group were ...
... around in a suit among the outdoor tables of a restaurant asking for generous help to fund their wedding. Unless they’re a gypsy.
Another time one lady stopped me as I was gallivanting down a road with my arms full of shopping (honestly, my dear Madame gypsy, buy your own groceries) and even though I knew it wasn't going to be for directions, I have too beautiful a heart to keep walking sometimes. She had stopped me, as casually as one might go " ah...they look ...
... excellent acrobatics, comedy and a pool that rose out of the floor where one of the dancers performs in the tank with live snakes!!!! No photos allowed inside...In fact ' they are forbidden' as one waiter so bluntly put it. We sat beside an Australian couple and an interesting older couple from California. Would you believe the Australian guy was an Essendon supporter so Paul was right for the night! Tomorrow we explore the wonders of Paris with ...
... many wet t shirts!! Hung around there for a long time but eventually we staggered away to continue our strolling and looking after having bought a feta foccacio which was very tasty. So enjoyable and the weather nice even though quite hot. Got tired and went home for a quick rest. Not easy to be a tourist. For dinner we went to the restaurant that Andreas had so much enjoyed. It was called Chartier Bouillon and was an old place you wouldn't have stumbled up on. You entered through ...