Hôtel Le Richelieu

4 rue Richelieu, Fontainebleau, Île-de-France, 77300 , France | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Fontainebleau

    Chateau de Fontainebleau

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Mar 17, 2013

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    ... 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. ...

    We finally see Ayers Rock

    A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Jan 08, 2013

    ... something to the driver. But I continued on.

    We continued down the road to the Rhone river where we spied Australian flags flying and emblazoned across a river boat with a huge sign Ayers Rock. Obviously the place to be in Lyon. We of course got our photos taken in front of Ayers Rock so that we can say we've been there too. ;-)

    We crossed the river into the commercial area of town we took pictures of the Louis XIV statue riding a horse in the ...

    My Bags are Officially Packed.

    A travel blog entry by jell082 on Oct 19, 2011

    37 photos

    ... unless it works well for her, she doesn't take a bar of what i say. Eventually things got sorted out though. I was introduced to and talked to many french friends of the family. They all just commented on the rugby and how the french are going to lose. Apparently the French always say they are going to lose in most things. I was shocked to hear that every time. I think it ruins the reason for me wanting the ABs to win. They don't seem to be too worried about losing so ...

    Relished Last Experiences in Europe

    A travel blog entry by jell082 on Oct 15, 2011

    ... a couple times then i sucked it up and teared myself away from it in fear of an major injury, again. Looked after the kids again but this time Victoria was put to sleep first, phew. I tried crepes in Paris and i hated them. Then Nadia made these cheese crepes. Like a medium sized crepe with amazing french cheese filling. Holy moly, those things were good. Tried to not eat a dessert, but i just couldn't resist.

    Today was good too. Got up and went to buy bread for the ...

    Madrid to san seb to paris to fontainebleau

    A travel blog entry by jell082 on Sep 18, 2011

    ... Traveling solo is totally different, within a few hours I had already met more people than I had with the 2 months previous. And, as I talked to them, i found out its true. People really don't like to talk to people in couples so there we have it. Next time we will have to separate for a bit. And when I'm traveling with just me, I keep having stupid and yet funny adventures. In San Sebastian's I went on this free Pinchos tour for a bit and then I ...