Les Fabliaux Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... subject of many painters throughout the later 1700’s and early 1800’s.
Napoleon I, who liked to stay at the Palais de Compiegne, was fascinated by the ruins and purchased the property at a very low price. When he was deposed, the property went to the state. In the 1850’s, Napoleon the 3rd decided to restore the castle. He engaged Viollet le Duc, who was famous for his “Gothic ...
... but despite Jessica helping her Allegra could only get half way but this didn't seem to bother her at all. We walked back to the campsite where luckily enough there is a shop selling ice creams. We had all picked out our goodies and Lily, Allegra and Olivia were waiting outside and patting the owners dog which is a friendly dog but a very large dog and was tied up on a long rope. This was all good until the dog spotted another ...
... at many places in Europe you have to pay to go the toilet. I had to pay 1.50 euro. We then went to the Eiffel Tower which was very very tall and a bronze brown colour. We went to the second story which was 115m up from the ground- very high up. The view from the second story was incredible. You can see the entire city of Paris which is pretty much ...
... This would give us the chance to explore the gardens and then, hopefully, tour a building that would be less crowded than the main palace. Worked out beautifully. A lovely walk among beautiful hedges and fountains followed by a short, but interesting, tour of the building which was the only part of the entire Versailles complex which was touched by the decisions/tastes of a queen…Marie-Antoinette.
We arrived just ...
... Coffee!! We to coffee and then we split up. Me and mum to Fantasyland and Dad and Matt to play air hockey and StarWars. Fantasyland Fantasy world was basically Princess world. Around about 9000 little girls in princess costumes along with their parents ( who also looked like they would be dressed up as princess' too if they could). Mum and me went first to Alice and Wonderland Maze. At which we met the red queen, the ...