Ibis Chartres Centre Cathedrale
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It rained most of the night. Luckily only lightly. I was worried our tent would collapse if any heavier. Our last day - I have no words to express my excitement. It's drizzling but I don't care. We just had 2 days of perfect sunshine so definitely can't complain. Once again a bread roll and jam for breakfast. I'm a little more sorted this time …
... a moment before she sashayed away.) I also found the grave of Philippe Noiret who starred in one my favorite movies, "Cinema Paradiso," and the grave of Jean-Pierre Rampal, the flautist. The grave of Jean-Paul Sartre was hard to miss because there are lipstick marks on it -- though nothing like Oscar Wilde's grave at Montmartre. I'm not sure why any woman would want to kiss Sartre; to each her own, I guess! The whole time I was in the cemetery I could hear flute music. I'm not sure ...
... market in the local town . . .
. . . . and the market in La Bois Plage en Re was terrific. Think Byron Bay Markets but in French, with prices at least 50% lower than the 'hip' towns and you'll know what we mean (our apology to all non-Aussies because you won't have a clue what we're talking about). This market was all French. Nothing from the far, middle or near East. Zip from from the US or UK and, it seems, anywhere else. That's more like it! After a ...
... of the day (that and my breakfast of macarons and canelles..vacation is hard sometimes but at least I'm trying haha) tomorrow our drive shouldn't be too bad as we are about 20 minutes from Versailles and 3ish hours to Belgium to visit Riley's host family. It's hard and weird to think the 2 weeks is almost over, it's fun reading back on all of these entries to really remember what we have done ...
Getting ready for breakfast and then off to see the labyrinth. Very impressive is the size of the cathedral from the outside. Once inside the enormity was even more so. Such high pitch ceilings and the stain glass windows were magical. Walk around with many Japanese tourist taking photos. I felt to refrain from taking photos. Mass was said while we were there. The chairs that covered the labyrinth were moved and we were then able to walk it. Many people ...