Grand Hotel Amelot
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... buildings that are contiguous with one another yet the features adorning the windows, doors, and roof lines make them appear beautiful and perfectly laid out. Inside, this is repeated with each floor divided into halls with towering ceilings that are the source of natural light through continuous rows of skylights and one after another the paintings and sculptures hang from the walls or stand upon grand pedestals. Many of ...
... and St. Michelle, just a stone's throw from Notre Dame. After a quick refresher we set out to see the city, wondering along the Seine and making our way to the Eiffel Tower. Susan talked me in to eschewing the elevator and climbing the first two levels of the tower and riding the lift to the 3rd level. Needless to say it was quite the hike! But the view was worth it. Paris was laid out before us like a map, ...
... us headed out for lunch, then Mom, Dad, Gretch, Aunt Melissa, and I did some serious walking/sightseeing. People were already lined up
for the Tour to come by, but we wanted to first walk to a cemetery where Jim
Morrison was buried (Pere Lachaise). It was HUGE and gorgeous! Gretch loves cemeteries.... don't know if we should be worried or not....
Then, it was ...
Our final activity was a relaxing boat ride on the Seine. Its amazing how beautiful Paris is from the river.
We walkedback to The Louvre, while waiting for our group, Natalie and Lauren got pooped on by a pigeon.Dinner was quite good. We had very, very thin crust pizza - not like American pizza. It was fantastic. Devon had salad with chicken and real mozzarella cheese.
We returned to the hotel to pack and get to bed. ...
... Vernon. The Chateau itself was first built as a fortress in the middle ages and its keep is quite imposing on the top of the cliff, looking down over the manor house that wasn't constructed until the 14th century. There is a secret tunnel that links the Chateau's keep to the manor house, this has been dug into the rock. In the 18th century, a potager garden was laid out to be both ornamental and to provide food for the chateau, in 2004 this was ...