Le Grand Hotel de l'Abbaye
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In Versailles we made an abortive trip to the palace (huge heat, bigger crowds made for a rather comical combination) and we just took some shots of ourselves in the bright sun outside the palace then set forth on our way in our new hire car south west to the Loire.
We found a lovely hotel that used to be an Abbey, serving trappist monk …
... once had to stop a Japanese couple posting their cards on a doggy poo bin in Hyde Park ) to the pockets of American tourists on their. Vin yard tours saying things like " what great place to build a castle ( chateaux) it is right next to the train station !!!!! If there is one thing I have learned about all this al fresco BBQ and eating is that if you want to hack off your neighbour fry fish ... I bloody hate that but that's just my taste - ...
Orléans is a city in north-central France, about 111 kilometres southwest of Paris, on the Loire River. We walked from the river through the beautiful little streets to the Cathedral which is a Gothic Catholic cathedral, named The Basilica of the Holy Cross. It was built in the 1200's and again between 1600 and 1800. The cathedral is probably most famous for its association with Joan of Arc. ...
... driving round Paris as they don’t have much in the way of lane lines so people just drive where they want on the road!
It was raining in Versailles and it didn’t stop raining the whole time we were there. Michael wanted to take Kyria to the doctor as she didn’t seem to be getting any better so they dropped Eli and myself off out the front of Versailles. There was a bit of a line out the front and I didn’t think we’d get through it in ...
The Rick Steves guide book for France is the #1 book on Amazon in the US. This explains why you see so many tourists toting a copy. Including myself. When we first learned we were coming to France, a friend of Carissa’s loaned us her copies of Rick Steves France and Rick Steves Paris. I’ve used the book as my primary guide with planning out what to do and see while we’re here.
High on the list of regions to see in France is the Loire valley. ...