Kyriad Beauvais Sud
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Horse and got to see a 30 minute display on French of dressage with two stallions, a Friesians and a Lippizaner or perhaps a warmblood, cit was really good - despite not being able to understand a word..... A highlight was the location were we had lunch at the "lake of the Castle of the White Queen", an enchanting place with and old mill house, a tiny castle and a beautiful lake. We were able to have out lunch at the cafe chairs so long as we bought a ...
... Ages became known as the Beauvais Hoard,
because some of the British and European coins found with the lot were
from the French abbey located in Beauvais. The hoard, which contained a
variety of rare and extremely rare Anglo-Norman ...
Geoff Saddlier had managed to organize a tour of the Massey tractor factory within 36hours of us asking him to! The only interesting bit was that the tour started at 9am, and we would have to leave the school by 5:20am to have a chance of getting there on the trains. When we set our alarm that night it told us we had 3 1/2 hours to sleep. We (Pete and Pete, as Esther wanted a sleep in which is very understandable!) ran to the station and jumped on to a train to Paris Nord ...
... although we did come across a cathedral which totally wowed us. The height of the pillars inside was so amazing. I could have sat there for an hour just staring up at it. Today we got up early and drove to a town called Chantilly which had a beautiful castle that mum highly recommended for us to see. It was very beautiful. We started by walking through the castle admiring all the old rooms, furniture, paintings and an amazing library that held books from ...
... we have been here, everyone was talking with each other, across tables and across the room. It was a beautiful sound to hear.
After breakfast, we had our first session of the day with the professor from Columbia, Juan Carlos Venegas. Once everyone was seated, he asked us how our soccer game from the previous evening went. Immediately, everyone started laughing as memories from the previous night came rushing ...