Hotel du Chateau
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... for the castle through heavy taxation on citizens. Fascinating rooms in Baroque design were totally covered with ornate paint, much gilding. Fine works of art, paintings, sculptures are display on the extremely decorated walls. The hall of mirrors is over 73 meters long and reflects light from windows on the opposite wall that overlook grand gardens. The king's chamber is very ornate. Ceilings are uniquely decorated with many images of King ...
... was really surprising. When we got there we had to swap money. And while I was waiting, a really freaky man snuck up behind me and took my hat and put it on his head. At first I thought , does mum or granny know this person and then when I saw their expressions I realized they didn't. It was really freaky and a bit scary because I think he was trying to steal it. He stood there pulling faces at me and would not give ...
... of the Gothic chapel is the stained glass above the actual place of worship, well worth braving the long queues here.
Iconic Eiffel Tower
We have been on the Eiffel Tower before when my son was younger so my son wanted to go up again but after seeing the trailing queues because one of the lifts was not working, we were content to see it from distance. When Eiffel tower was built in 1889 there was fierce condemnation ...
... gifts etc and walked down to the post office to send it all home. Not cheap in sending 5.5kgs home but at least I want have to carry it all around with me for the next 6 weeks. After we had dinner in our room, Katie and Charlie played a game of travel snap which he learnt to play the other day. It was very cute to watch. Then Katie and I played and I think Charlie thought this was funny as we were very fast at our game. Then Charlie and I played a game as well. Watch ...
... which we would see the next day at Musee D’Orsey.
Further down the hill Katie's sixth sense kicked in that it was time for a break for food and a washroom. She could not have picked a better time or place than Marcel a small but beautifully designed café right on the pretty corner of Villa Leandre and Avenue Junot. We all shared nachos and "the best" chocolate cake while the girls had lemonade, Katie and I had Cote de Provence ...