Hotel du Chateau
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... MEC named Steve.
He is a dermatologist from Quebec City and is living here until next year. So! We
saw visiting the chapel which was built with strong Gothic influences and large
stained glass windows illustrating the book of Revelations.
The fortress has been restored several times, the most
recent being in the 1970s. The buildings are made of limestone and are in great
condition. There is a deep mote surrounding the fortress ...
... direction) and sat on the sidewalk for an evening aperitif and watched the passing parade before coming home and cookng "paupiette de veau". This is the most exquisite veal stuffed with pork sausage tied in a rosette, bought from the local butcher. Meg cooked it in a mushroom sauce with potatoes and fine green beans.Laurie's new friend Claude sold us an expensive ...
... an adaptor. About 4 shops later and nearly walking past one we found an adapter in a little stingy fruit shop! HOORAY!!! Time to go home and charge everything! On the way home we walked past the arch de treumph, took a few photos and got a train home! Had a little Kat nap and then time for dinner. This French guy we had met in a hostel in London had told us about this website for restaurants where you could get up to 50% off so we had a look on there. Since I recently ...
... the chubby angels, mythological people and fleshy women painted by Rubens, and also the Flemish painter Jan Van Eyck whom we had learned a bit about at the Historian Museum in Bruges. Well, we spent seven hours there so I will not regale you with every painter and picture we saw.
What amazed me, aside from the fact that I walked for seven hours and climbed numerous stairs, is the ...
... prominently displayed skulls) of quite literally six million Parisians stacked neatly when the cemeteries on ground level began to overflow. It was incredibly eerie and even the tunnels themselves were amazing, although very low and I increasingly feared hitting my tall head. We emerged after forty minutes but agreed it was worth the hellish wait. A nice old man directed us to the appropriate tube for the restaurant Nims parents had recommended. ...