Ibis Styles Chartres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... home as gifts to families. We passed rows of amazing art galleries, shops and cafes in this funky student area and we are hoping to have time to revisit tomorrow. We headed to the Bastille for our dinner and it was lovely to hear students exchanging stories from the trip. It was great to see students talking and having fun with people they didn't know at the beginning of the tour and hopefully these friendships will continue into the future. We are happy and weary now and back in the ...
... 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 ...
... Dale Will play golf with a bit of luck either tomorrow or Monday. Over the weekend Limeyrat Fete Communale is happening which should be fun. Tonight we are going to dinner and then tomorrow to a pub with local musicians. I hope we get some chance to catch up on sleep. Looking forward to seeing Rudy and meeting his new girlfriend. It must be difficult for him after Katy went back to Holland to be near grandchildren. Weather looks good22 degres for thenext eeek..plenty warm ...
... a Roman style. I even had the chance to ascend one of the towers (all 300 stairs) and look down at Chartres below. The view was breathtaking and I was so lost in the sight that I even lost my host dad and brother while taking a panorama shot of the town. I eventually found them and we descended to find m host mom, who had learned of another sight not very well known in Chartres to visit.
The second sight was the Maison Picassiette (The house of picked plates). A house that ...
... to casually walk through this cathedral and really take in the different chapels and reflect on the Saints presented. The cathedral is having a 10 year restoration performed to clean and remove all the pollution from the stone, re-plaster and paint. You can see what has been done and what remains, what a job. The entire middle section was under scallofing. Amazing with what our industrial revolution (car pollution) can do to stone... I loved the statues of Saint ...