Domaine de Belesbat Chateau Hotel and Golf Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... you're religious or not. One thing Jord and I were blown away by was the fact that those who started building the Cathedral hoped that one day their great great great great Grandkids would be able to go to the opening ceremony and that type of blind faith in something is to be admired. Once inside it was everything I imagined and more. The sheer size alone was very impressive and there were beautiful stained glass windows and artwork everywhere! We even got to witness ...
... impressive. Friday night we went out for dinner (burgers - good!!) with Chris and some of his buddies from work. We ended up going to some bars and one thing led to another and we didn't get home until 3am. Saturday was a lazy day. We ventured out to get some food, which consisted of a baguette, some amazing cheese, and a roasted chicken. We went to a fromagerie for the cheese and I could've taken home some of everything. We ended up getting some ...
... got there late afternoon. Caught the lift up to the top but there were some lines so by the time we made it to the top it was dark but still very beautiful. It was freezing waiting in the lines. Dinner at a French restaurant - bread, warm goats cheese salad, beef with pepper sauce and creme brûlée. The 3 courses was ...
... road the RER to Gare de Nord, and the sun was even out as we walked to Gare l'est. We were 2 hours early for our train, but that's how we role! We arrived safely at Karlsruhe and were met by Conny and Rudy Hermann. They drove us to their home in Linkenheim. We got a tour of their beautiful restored/remodeled 400 year-old home and finished the evening with a wonderful ...
... farewells we went for a walk through the very large cemetery to look at some headstones of the rich and famous, all of whom were dead. They included Oscar Wilde and Edith Piaf. At that time we were completely holiday-ed out. We caught the Metro for the last time, went back to the hotel and completed this blog. I hope it's allowed you all as readers to understand a little of how much we've loved this holiday. We will see many of you again very soon. Until then --- AU ...