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Travel Blogs from Fontainebleau
... and took the bus to visit the chateau. This chateau is several hundred years older than Versailles and has been the home of French kings going back to the 12th century. Because it appears that every king and queen added to the chateau and redecorated, it's not as symmetrical as Versailles but every bit as impressive. The gardens are not as ...
... office and moving as slow as a wet week so we decided to scrap that idea and look around town.
First stop that Scottish restaurant. It's funny in France they have their own burger chain called Quick, and where do they build them? Yep you guessed it, right next door to Maccas and they advertise cheap meal deals that you can't walk past. We had a look in Maccas and there is automatic ordering where you order and pay at a machine. The only thing you don't do ...
We left Troyes early as we didn't want to pay for a carpark in the town, or the 12Euro breakfast...
We found a bar opening near Square du 8 mai 1945 on the way out of town and went in a grabbed possibly the best coffee we'd had since Milan. Then off again. A quick stop at Montereau for some lunch goods and batteries and then off up the road to Fontainebleau. There is supposed to be a nice Chateau here... Strewth, you can ...
... a good game of chess.
Victoria cant say many words very well but she always say like Heerard, which is a french way to say my name. They don't have any Jared's here so its very difficult for them to say.
This damn bed I'm sleeping on has a huge gap in the middle where someone must have slept for ages in. I'm so sick of it my back hates the **** out of it. My bed.... is going to be awesome!
I have done a lot of riding on my old bike everywhere. ...
Today I went on a Paris Vision tour to visit two chateau's outside of Paris. The tour was by mini bus and there was 2 other people, an elderly couple from Alabama, USA. Fontainebleau Chateau is about an hour from Paris and was used by royalty as a hunting lodge. The town is still surrounded by the forest and there are road signs with a picture of a deer on them just like we have signs with kangaroos.
The first reference to the chateau dates back to the ...
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