Chateau de Marechal de Saxe
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... a different bit of loveliness out each window. We checked out the gift shop, buying a few postcards, and then headed out into the cold forenoon. We decided to try the first restaurant we came to, and had perhaps the best meal we've had in Europe! Roast pork in a light mushroom sauce, salad, and amazingly light and fresh French fries, with a little beer and water. The view outside was as charming as the interior. We spent a chilly next while, as the shuttles take a break in ...
Rain met us on waking, so did not get the run in we had planned. Pretty full from the wonderful meal had at the 'castle' as Madame called it. Cool breezes and fluffy bed made it difficult to move out. Had to get the breakfast! Were last there but enjoyed real tea, and some cereal, plus assorted meets, pastries etc. Typical European. Then into the car to Orleans, via a street view of a local chateaux (we could not wait until 2pm when ...
... exhibits on materials and tools of heritage crafts such as marquetry, tapestry weaving, and bookbinding. In the rear garden, a drum corps performed a number of ceremonial pieces. We joined our friends for an evening at their apartment along with their in-laws visiting Paris for a few days, a gracious French soirée. After Mass, we entered another culture and visited ...
This morning, Joris, Pauline, and Anna came over to Patricia's for coffee and a quick visit.
Patricia had made reservations for her and I to take a 2.5-hour boat ride down the canals in Paris. It started at the intersection of the canal Saint Martin and the Seine, traveled down the Saint Martin through the Bassin de la Villette and then to the Canal de l’Ourcq. ...
... scratch the surface. Out all day and getting to bed at 12:00 pm each night. We travelled the central regions of Paris using The Metro. (High speed underground rail network). Very scary. The trains pulls in at 100 kms per hour, everyone rushes on or off, the doors slam shut and the train takes off again at 100 kms in the blink of an eye. We had another Maree moment on the Metro. We ...