L'Oree de Chartres
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... details because hey, that would be like reading it in text books. Upon completion of the cathedral tour we headed to a nearby cafe and had a salad for lunch. We then headed back to the Cathedral to take a tour of the crypts underneath. Of course this was a separate tour and additional fees. There are only so many tours scheduled a day and the one that fit our schedule was given in French with ...
... museum..wonderful as usual Building itself fabulous.High Victorian Railway station with fabulous clocks on the edge of the Seine.Paintings etc. great even third time around. Walked across the Louvre forecourt to Metro and had a fine journey back to Ermont on the mew local trains. Josiane did gesiers and salad for dinner(.Duck gizzards) with potatoes cooked in duck fat..delicious but disaster for the arteries.very tasty and delicious.her aunt makes them at her farm in ...
... room on the second floor, and I've got one of those balconies that's about two inches wide. I also have a sliver of a view of the cathedral spires.
I started to unpack a few things and found that several shirts and a pair of capris got wet, probably due to where I had the zippers closed (i.e., the zipper pulls were at the top of the bag so the rain managed to get in). My slippers were wet too. Ugh!
The group met in the breakfast room at 5:00, and we have the ...
... world. These date back to 4 - 3,000 BC. They cover acres and acres of land around here. But the real attraction is the water. There are so many inlets and coves and islands you could boat here for many years before getting to know it really well. Thank you, Patrick and Veronique.
OK. Mini-disaster Uno! We set off for Crozon on the West Coast to see "wild Britanny". About half an hour short of our destination, Peter pulled off into a lay-by so we could ...
... to a 10:30 train. We had been aiming for the 9:00 train. We killed time having a coffee and croissant - there are worse ways to do that. The train left on time and arrived at Chartres at about 11:30. We went to the Cathedral and spent a bit of time viewing the magnificent stained glass windows. We also walked the labyrinth, which is only open on Fridays. That was interesting with a bunch of other people doing it at the ...