Domaine de Belesbat Chateau Hotel and Golf Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 ...
... 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 ...
Probably not so adventuresome by most standards, but for a couple of newbie Americans in Paris, it's a little challenging navigating the extensive public transit system. In French. Which sounds nothing like English or Spanish. Chateau de fountainbleau is by review equally impressive to Versailles, but without the crowds. Took the subway to gare de Lyon- one of the bigger train stations (makes south station look small) and found a train ...
... and if we go to that place again I'll have it again! Our training started in earnest in the mid afternoon and we headed north to Ouzouer-sur-Trezee through four locks. We didn't smash into anything, drop things overboard or get physically hurt along the way. But our training at Crowdy Head was next to useless and we certainly looked like the rank amateurs we actually are! Bruce and ...
... 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 ...