Address: ZAC des Beurrons - Angles D191 et D113, St-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Île-de-France, 78680, France | Hotel
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Let the adventures begin!

A travel blog entry by jaya.aylward on Oct 06, 2014

1 comment

... Vietnam, Cambodia or any of the other incredible countries I have never been to in South-East Asia. I also plan on heading down to Australia for NYE to meet up with my friend Becca and travel with her for a couple of months before returning to Brighton beginning of March for Katie’s wedding!

Anyway I’ll try and update this blog regularly and let you all know where I end up going and what I end up doing. Feel free to comment with any ideas and recommendations! ...

Rue Mouffetard to ascending the Eiffel Tower

A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 09, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

Today we had a very full day of sightseeing. Walked from our apartment across Pont des Arts with all the love locks. There are so many now that they have placed boards over them in an attempt to stop people adding any more. We then walked along the Seine to Notre Dame. We were on our way to Rue Mouffetard one of the oldest street markets in the 5 th Arrondissement. This wonderful narrow street market with its cobble stoned street is one of ...

Show jumping, a Chantilly chateau and Senlis

A travel blog entry by bmilnes on Jul 25, 2014

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... by tourists as it has no direct train connection from Roissypole and is only reachable by bus from CDG. It has a magnificent cathedral, with the largest collection of in situ medieval stain glass windows in France. Really lovely. And quite unusual in such a small village. And it has a museum dedicated to hunting, which we didn't manage to visit unfortunately. We were lucky it was market day in Senlis, which meant the girls were able to ...

A visit to Opera Garnier but not to see the opera

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 03, 2014

30 photos

... would show the whole picture. Added to that difficulty the theatre was very dimly lit throughout which made taking photos difficult, over half the ones I took were no good.
Still it was special climbing the staircase knowing that Emperors and Kings and Queens and all manner of famous people had climbed them before me over the last 150 years. The next room I saw was nothing special. It was a long but fairly plain lobby or foyer which did have chandeliers and a few ...


A travel blog entry by masonsabroad on May 25, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... to the banks back in Australia. It focuses the mind when you realise you're totally screwed if your wallet gets stolen. Have now stapled my credit cards to my **** and put my drivers license and passport down my jocks. I have to sit on the credit card readers in shops to authorise transactions but shopkeepers have been very accommodating.

On to London via Eurostar. Aren't travel blogs fun?!