Premiere Classe Beauvais
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremiere Classe Beauvais
We booked a triple room as it was the same price as a double...
It is a double bed with a single bed on top. However it was comfortable enough and we were only there to sleep so it didn't bother us that the room was tiny!
It was in super close proximity to where we needed to catch the shuttle from in the morning and the staff were really helpful! :)
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... work was being done on the road and entrance in preparation for the 100 year anniversary. Well, it was finished and it looks magnificent. Beautiful lawns... A wonderful hedge has been planted to edge the road. Car parking put in... And a visitors centre will be built shortly. Sylvester gave us a lot of the history and then we wandered in. This place is beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. Immaculately kept... Just breathtaking. We wandered amongst the graves... Reading ...
... this was the first time we felt summer and the risk of sun burn. We decided to park by the river in the car park, as recommended locally - we had neighbours which made us comfortable for the night.
The next day we drove through the rural areas, on roads not necessarily designed for campervans. We managed to squeeze though villages without any incidents, the sun was shining and it was a glorious day ariving at Auvers-sur-Oise, a town ...
As an introduction to the Rotary YEP (Youth Exchange Program) there was a 3 day seminary in Jambville (The Center for the Scouts of France) where all the students had an opportunity to learn the rules and meet each other. It was very fun after the first day, during the first day I was very tired and uncomfortable still. A picture says ...
... working in Gothic style. The
transept was built from 1500 to 1548. In 1573 the fall of a
too-ambitious central tower stopped work again, after which little
addition was made.
... but nothing. It needed a solid shove and we were in the narrow entry. Second floor in France actually means the third floor as the main is zero, not one; so we climbed more steps than we thought we'd have to. They are incredibly steep, narrow and windy wooden steps--not to mention slick as they have been recently cleaned or polished. We settled in, and got into bed long after midnight-- tomorrow, no plan except to get orientated with our neighbourhood. ...