Ibis Budget Chartres
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Slept great! 24 hours without sleep made both of us very tired. After a leisurely morning of coffee, biscotti and the Seattle Times (we enjoy it online) we headed out to tour the famous Cathedral in Chartres. We decided to drive this time after last night's long walk. Found parking near the center of town, stopped for another coffee and quiche (yes, real men do eat quiche) in a small cafe and ...
... 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 ...
... in and (thankfully) one cubicle with a bowl (no seat / loo roll). We have been so spoilt at the other countries' campsites, it really does show France up. A snacky lunch and then a wander into town on the bike path. What a walk! And what a town! We were beginning think we might drive to Calais a little sooner as France is so miserable but this place is beautiful. Along the river all the way into town then we made our way to the cathedral through ...
... was a mosaic resembling an open book on the wall, I assume the book was representing the Bible and just above the book was a rusty old key stuck in the mortar. I found it to be a great reminder that God has the key to open the doors of this world and to leave them locked as well. I have been so happy now walking through the doors that the Lord has opened for me and I don't even know how to thank him and all the people who helped me prepare for this adventure. - Ben Padgette ...
... that appears to dedicated his career to the knowledge and presentation of the Chartres Cathedral (he stated he is 81 years old). He literally wrote the book on it - he also so eloquently teaches both the history, the art/architecture while focussing on the intent of the authors in the teaching of the Church. I don't know if I was more impressed with his explanation or the great thought/reflection of the founding members in expressing the faith so clearly. I am ...