hotelF1 Chartres

Address: Avenue d'Orleans, Chartres, Centre, 28630, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenue d'Orleans, Chartres, is near Cathedrale de Chartres, Chateau de Maintenon, and St-Pierre.
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Travel Blogs from Chartres


A travel blog entry by eahaas on Oct 12, 2014


... that only in a special Muslim or Jewish market could you buy non-pork cold cuts. Then after lunch we got on ANOTHER bus ride, this time to a village which won ''Most Beautiful Village'; the name is spelled Oingt, pronounced '****"! How funny is that? We sit in the back of the bus and that cracked us up. Unbelievably, there was a super sweet kitty with cow spots who let us pet him. Ba and I were really happy, until the cat picked Jay ...

Joyeaux of traveling, part deux

A travel blog entry by eahaas on Oct 03, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... take the 947p train. The light show was VERY impressive, following the contours of the building, set to music, etc. YAY! We left about 930p for the short distance down the hill to the train station, looked at the monitors and I followed the group to track 2, thinking, 'uh, I didn't see a train for Paris leaving imminently, but what do I know? I speak espanol, not French.' La la la. On the platform, the monitor ...

The joyeaux of traveling

A travel blog entry by eahaas on Oct 03, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

This entry is late, read and you'll find out why. Barbara, Jay, Bob and Steve had all attended a lecture months ago and learned about Chateau du Maintenon and the Cathedral at Chartes, so Friday we decided to take the train there. It was a little complicated, but we muddled through and got the right train, and got off at Maintenon. Barbara 'parley'd' en Francais to find out if and how we could walk ...


A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 21, 2014

5 comments, 4 photos

... a little bit. I got my bag from the very nice man at reception and when I stepped back outside, it was raining a little harder. I put my hood up. By the time I got around the corner and was crossing the street, it had started to absolutely pour. I didn't get more than halfway down the next street before I had to duck under a cafe awning for shelter. It was crazy! The gutters quickly filled up, cafe managers were bumping their awnings and creating waterfalls, and it seemed like it would ...


A travel blog entry by jen.trevenen on May 02, 2014

8 photos

... with much reverence. I took my shoes off to walk it and the stone floor was extremely cold. I felt quite at home and very relaxed while walking it. Because of the narrow width of each path most people only walked in and then walked directly out. There were a couple of women who walked it out but it was very difficult. After walking the labyrinth it was then o'k to take a few photos. Den and Kate also walked the labyrinth . Very happy to have made ...