Hotel Jehan de Beauce
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... She started building Dreux as the mausoleum for that branch of the family the Orleans. Her son, Louis Phillip became the last king, not king of France, but "King of the French people”. He did many good things including restoring Versailles which had been neglected, he finished the Arc de Triumph, he finished Dreux and he had the body of Napoleon brought back to France and interred at the Invalides. ...
... of course has an amazing view of the city. It is also surrounded by many outdoor cafes and gift shops. We have a curfew of 10:30 so it's a quick look around then back before the gates are locked. This is one part of town you don't want to be left outside - we're right next to the Moulin rouge which is quite a bad part of ...
... Heart of Italy tour two years ago and decided to travel together again. So that leaves me being the only truly single traveler. It's a bit daunting. Our group consists mainly of people from the Portland area and California; one couple is from Boise, and I'm pretty sure there's someone from Bellingham too. The most "exotic" couple we have is from Newfoundland.
We chose buddies -- mine is ... oh ****. Well, at least I recognize him. Then we had a short walk around Chartres, which ...
... in place and we retraced our tracks back to the local Rapido dealer. Unfortunately the earliest they could repair the thing was two days hence.
But, with every cloud there is a silver lining. After making arrangements for the repair job we left for a nearby campsite on the coast. Camping Les Bruns is at Le Pouldu, just over the river from L'Orient. It happens that this campsite is the first five star we've stayed at and it deserves that label. We probably ...
... canal and old mill races along the banks. The views looking up to the cathedral were very impressive. We had a coffee at a cafe up in the town and then caught the train back to town. That ran much better. It was a direct train and we were back at Rue de Grenelle in about 90 minutes. We walked up to the markets and bought some prawns and potatoes and had another night in. We both crashed pretty hard and had a good nights ...