Ibis Chateau de Fontainebleau
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Chateau de Fontainebleau
I wasn't expecting much from this hotel, but it managed to disappoint anyway. The rooms are tiny and the bathroom poorly cleaned. Please opt instead for one of the other Fontainebleau choices - this is best left to unlucky business travelers who are forced to stay here.
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... in this room was also very brightly coloured with busy motifs
· François I gallery – amazing because of its intricately carved walnut panels lining each side, further enhanced by the wooden ceiling, fancy chandeliers and elaborate paintings
The entire chateau was amazingly furnished and quite extravagant, with every surface either elaborately carved or decorated. For example, the wallpapers in the bedrooms were ...
... someone to let us in. After depositing our bags we headed off towards the city. We walked around a little bit spied a smart car parked in between cars rear to curb (they park anyway they can) and then I handed Ron the map and we walked back through the station and off towards the city oops..
Lyon is quite a big city (careful mind the dog .....) and the train station is away from the main commercial district. On the way to the main area we passed through a ...
... point in winning. Mostly just more eating after that.
Monday i decided to walk the dog because its the last sunny day during my stay as the weather forecasts are generally pretty accurate in my opinion. The dog was so damn annoying. I have only walked a couple dogs in my time but this was way more annoying than them. He would sniff and pee on absolutely every damn thing. I mean everything. But it was a little sniff and pee but a long sniff and pee. So i didn't ...
... I tried Octopus and it was pretty tasty. I ended up walking around in the rain bare foot (because the whole city is a slippery disaster) just talking to random people trying to find fun things to eat. I was trying to find cows cheek because apparently its a specialty according to my guide. She was wrong. I talked to locals and they had never heard nor tried it. They suggested a special fish dish and the ham. My Spanish is flowing for easily ...
... the crowd. In actuality, they only had two seats for us, and there were probably only three Americans total in the audience. And, when I spoke with the woman on the phone in charge of the audience, she was particularly keen on us being conservative, Republican Americans. At that point, I was starting to wonder if they were feeding us to the lions, in the name of good television. My ...