Le Chateau De La Tour
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for late-night museum visiting. It was bizarre and curious and we didn`t REALLY get the point of a line of balls, one bigger than the last, or smaller than the next, but the view from the roof was cool.
We came back late, so all the stores were closed, but we ate lentil and rice soup for the third time this vacation, because it was really good served with pesto croutons.
... the palace and all the different people that lived there. We didn't get long to explore the gardens as holly was meting up with a friend and Bridget wanted to go with which sucked I could have spent hours wandering through. All was all rush from there getting ready and jumping on the tube to met Felix and his friends. The bar is cool it's where all the students go and it has ...
... and this made our tour very interesting! In addition, unbeknownst to each other, both Howard and I had just completed reading "Paris" by Edward Rutherfurd, a history of the city and France over the last millennium as told through family lineage. The lives of many of the cemetery's famous people were woven into the fabric of the novel. We took far too many tombstone photos to post here but I found it fun to associate many of ...
... amazing with sculptures and high arched dome ceiling and a huge railway clock facing the length of the hall. Whilst there were thousands of people it was not too bad here. We walked around and saw magnificent room sized murals depicting in religious and court life during the early kings of France. We saw work by Monet, Manat, Renoir, Van Gogh, Roden, Cezanne ( not my favourite), Toulouse La Trec and so many others. Lots of famous ...
Sat down for our corn flakes with room temperature milk, yuck, had a couple of spoon fulls and said to My Darling Wife (MDW), this tastes sweet. I struggled through a few more mouthfulls when I noticed my spoon had brown syrup on it. As they say you should eat with your eyes, I immediately felt repulsed and spat the contents in my mouth into the bowl. I pointed this problem out to the breakfast lady but she didn't care, just returning with a new spoon, bowl and ...