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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Napoleon Fontainebleau
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... For dessert they had baclava to die that I even shared with Jord (it may have only been one bite but I was still very proud of myself) So overall we were in heaven. After lunch we decided to check out the Concieregerie which started off as a palace for kings but later turned into a prison for those being executed during the French Revolution and the reign of terror so it definitely had an eerie vibe to it. It also included a set up of Marie Antionette's cell complete ...
... s creek that was hilarious. And the. We turned him onto the blacklist. We all got into it and ended up ordering pizza for supper. Ha! Sunday was a little more lively. We got up and went to the market. It's lots of food including fruits, veggies, meat (raw and charcuterie) cheese, baked goods, and cooked foods like paella, samosas, donairs, mmmm it was so good. They also have shoes, and purses and clothes, and furniture. Basically they have it all. We ...
... provides lots of opportunities for recreation. Being able to visit the south of France and live in a small rural village was also another great opportunity to see the beauty of Nature. There are so many old ruins in each village and beautiful scenery everywhere. I would really love to return to France one day. I woke up at 5am so decided to get up and have a shower, we have to leave at 7am to travel to Charles de Gaulle Airport, about 1 1/2 hours from here but may take ...
I actually slept in this morning - woke at 8am feel much better. After breakfast we walked to the neighbourhood markets that are held in the city square each Wed and Sat. It was only a 5 min walk from the house. Very much a trash and treasure, selling a wide variety of goods. There was clothing, shoes, jewellery, house goods, flowers, meat, cheese, fruit and vegetables. Lots and lots of different stalls selling similar things. Just near the markets was ...
... 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 ...