Ibis Chartres Centre Cathedrale
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Tues Oct 21 Checked out of the Mercure hotel in Amiens and boarded the bus for our final day of our Battlefield tour. Spent the day in the Somme region stopping at Adelaide Cemetery, Villers-Bretonneux, Poziers, Mouquet Farm, and Derencourt, before heading back to the Holiday Inn Canal De La Villette, Paris. Another long and moving day. The weather ...
... creperie and none of them were open. Quelle dommage! But I knew there was a Starbucks up on Bvd. Montparnasse, so I headed that way. Along the way another place caught my eye so I actually forewent (can't believe that's an actual word) the Bux and instead went into Pomme de pain and got a croissant with fresh-squeezed orange juice and a cappuccino. Not too bad for five euros.
Went back to the hotel to check out and leave my bag (using my best French: "Puis-je laisser ma valise ...
... the upstairs hotel - very nice from the streaming pictures. Now if I ever have the opportunity of a romantic getaway in France, this city will be high on the list. And what day would not be complete (or at least a church visit) without climbing 100s of stairs for the view. This tour did not have 2 entrances so it was a tight squeeze when passing - no hand rails so my legs were shaky for multiple reasons. Then the train ride home gave beautiful views of the towns and ...
... all the locals come in and buy their baguettes for the day.
The road system is very impressive here which makes the driving so much easier.
Further on we pass countless golden fields of canola flowers - such a beautiful ...
... very generous). We saw many churches on our trip, but despite the breathtaking ornateness of Wieskirche in Germany and the notoriety and stunning architecture of Notre Dame in Paris, Chartres was by far my personal favorite. Maybe it was the perseverance, as churches on this site had been severely damaged or completely destroyed by fire five separate times since the 4th century (this speaks to the Oklahoman in me, where we ...