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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... Chris recommended, and I requested some Brie. We are actually in the Brie region of France so Chris was like umm all these local cheeses are Brie. And there were a ton! We got one called St. Nectare which was incredible. We walked by a butcher shop that had rotisserie chickens cooking outside that smelled so good we had to get one. The shop was quite large and had some of everything. They had some shishkebobs that looked so good. Chris unfortunately ...
... Friday nights. Best meal so far. Excellent goat cheese toast & salad & the most gourmet cheeseburger ever. And if course petit Chablis (=C******nay in some places), which for 2 glasses cost less than Corines bottle of water. She honestly seemed as happy with the water as I was with the wine. We then toured 1/2 of the Denon wing of the Louvre (see pics). Amazing place - will definetly come back here on another trip. And then ...
... We spent some times getting squared away in the room and preparing for the next few days. At 11:00 we headed for the metro to make our way toward the place de Clichy on the northern side of central Paris. We arrived a little early for our meeting with Alex, and so took a few minutes to buy some postcards and found our way to a post office to buy stamps. Along the way some young adults in sky blue t-shirts were canvasing passers-by to solicit contributions for UNICEF. ...
... we anticipated would increase the traffic to these beautiful gardens and fountain displays. We were correct in our prediction! Even though we arrived right at opening time, the line snaked up and down the courtyard, which we estimated to be a thousand people long. Luckily it moved quickly, and we gained access 1 hour later. When we peeked behind us, the line had already doubled in length. Incroyable!
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We went to the catacombs. It was pretty interesting. You walked through dimly lit underground tunnels which were built hundreds of years ago. You then arrive at the catacombs where the bones of six million Parisians line the walls. They are neatly laid in a repetitive pattern. We saw an uncomfortable amount of bones and we didn't see anywhere near all of them. We then went to the montparnasse cemetery which was just around the corner. We thought Oscar Wilde was buried there.. It turns out ...