Aigle Noir Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Friday, I was in Fontainebleau a beautiful town, but it is definitely failing with the economy. I spent most of my time on a hike. The town has a very beautiful forest, but a poorly written map so it was hard to find the trail heads. In the end I got lost and ended up at a restaurant a few kilometers from the city and a nice lady in the restaurant gave me a ride to the chateau after giving me a small tour of the city. She was very sweet ...
... and very ornate with gold and old paint on the walls and vaulted ceilings. I thought this was all and was good but not beautiful like I was led to believe. I find spiral stairs that lead up. I enter an ecclesiastical wonderland. The high walls of the Chapel, apart from a few structural stone supports are stained glass. They wrap around the altar. I have never seen the like of this before. It is exquisite. The stage is set for a performance of Vivaldi's Four Seasons ...
There were so many beautiful views from around the Eiffel Tower yesterday, so I decided to add some more photos in for today. I was so tired from all the walking over the last 2 days, so a few of us have decided to stay home and relax. The others have gone by train to visit the Palace of Versailles. I would love to return to Paris another time to see more. It is such an amazing place. This afternoon I went to local shopping area with one of the children, Eveline. She is about 12. ...
Today we decide to go to Italy taking the slow way over the mountains. We drive on the Autobahn and then go up over the Gotthard. We stop quickly a the Devils Bridge and once we reach the top Dad takes us into one of the famous WWII fortress. The swiss recon those bunkers saved them from being invaded by Hitler. We play around with some machine guns and a very big gun which ...
... top three highlights were:
- Salle du Bal (Ballroom) – 30m long ballroom dating from the mid-16th century where receptions and banquets were held. It walls were entirely covered in frescos and the wooden coffered ceiling was a work of art in itself
· Chambre de l’Impératrice (Empress’ Bedroom) with its ornately carved and gilded bed that was never used by Marie Antoinette, for whom it was made. ...