Ibis Styles Chartres
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Very wet here now but still reasonably warm, moving slowly North and heading for Rouen today. We heads to IKEA en route to Oissel and had a little shop for goodies for the Motorhomes before heading to the aire at Oissel. Decent weather and lovely to walk on the banks of the Seine again. A good night at Oissel ...
We woke to the sound of pigeons cooing, surrounded by medieval luxury. We had our first traditional full French breakfast, french stick, ham, cheese followed by pastries, washed down with a bucket of coffee or chocolate.
Chartre was dominated by the Cathedral, the current version built from around 1060 after the Bishop set ...
... to warm and sunny though the Loire looked ominously high. The water was above the normal level and the grass was sitting in the water.
We glimpsed chateaux alongside the road, some with steep grey flat roofs and some with cone shaped pinnacles.
The aire was easy to find, just behind a sports centre, as so many are. Access wasn't so easy as the roadway turned the wrong ...
For the first time ever I've had the chance to watch leaves change color and begin to fall away from home. It's strange to think that it has been over a month since I've seen my family or any familiar sights. I've been having the time of my life and my favorite part of my adventure is the people by far.
The place I've met the most people is school, and it has been going relatively well. I've failed many times in class but this is expected, I can't keep up with the lectures ...
... in an old piece of stained glass, it's really violet that has aged badly? Four of us stayed behind after the visit to try our hands at painting stained glass. We were each given a square of colored glass -- I chose turquoise -- and then shown how to put the lead around it. You put one edge of the glass into a groove in the lead, pinch the lead, cut it partway through, flare out the edges with a tool, and then roll your piece of glass so that the next edge fits into ...