Aigle Noir Hotel

Address: 27 Place Napoleon Bonaparte, Fontainebleau, Île-de-France, 77300, France | 4 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Fontainebleau

      France day 7

      A travel blog entry by miya923 on Jul 07, 2015

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      The only reason I came to Fontainebleau was to walk in the forest (to get a break from the city rush) and to get closer to the Loire Valley, where I will be getting on a cruise! Anyways, today I walked to the forest and hiked for eight hours, then returned to my hotel. Initially, I had wanted to go horseback riding on the trail, but I was not disappointed with the hike. I'm more of an outdoor person, so it was refreshing to take a breath of free ...

      Paris/Fontainebleau

      A travel blog entry by missminglis on May 17, 2014

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      ... put in touch with a group of UK climbers who were heading to Font that very week. Soooo Saturday night I went straight to the campsite to meet up with this wonderful bunch - there were about 20 folks altogether, from various spots in England. What can I say - just the loveliest people I could have asked to come across. First day climbing was a little daunting having never done any outdoor bouldering before - and everyone else was super good (super good). But hey I gave it ...

      Visiting Italy - Lake Como

      A travel blog entry by christianmeyer on Sep 24, 2013

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      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 ...

      We finally see Ayers Rock

      A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Jan 08, 2013

      ... because he was scared a rat would come out at any second and take a bite.

      Around the corner was the entrance to Eglise St Andre an old style church with chunky castle style turrets and really interesting carved pillars inside in Romanesque style and quite dark inside. We headed back towards the main road and while crossing the pedestrian crossing which was backed up with cars one nudged me. I couldn't believe it, the passenger was equally shocked and ...

      Maybe I should have worked out before this trip

      A travel blog entry by aabr on Jun 09, 2012

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      ... but is working at Google in Paris with Chris. He is married to Agnes. The two of them are great climbers and it was nice to have someone with us that was familiar with the roads and the climbing routes. We never saw the castle, as we were going there with the intention to climb. There are thousands of large boulders in the woodlands of Fountainebleau and they have exceptional bouldering on them and sandy ...