Les Fabliaux Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s by a functionary of the Napoleonic government who came to town to run things and it seems to have survived the war better than much else.
On the outside edge of town there are the grounds of a very large abbey that was located there from the middle ages, complete with a rampart wall, outbuildings, and the ruins of the original abbey and abbey church. This one’s downfall was from an earlier war - the French revolution. ...
... than our last visit so the girls couldn't get photos with them although they didn't seem too bothered. The park had become a lot busier as the day progressed and since we were getting more tired queuing didn't seem like such a good idea so no more rides were in order. We stopped in a gift shop before leaving although it was a real struggle to find one as there didn't seem to be one anywhere. Funnily enough, I am only joking again, there were one or two around the park. ...
... had a lovely lunch with Notre Dame as a backdrop.
Then we planned to go in Notre Dame, but they now seem to be doing some kind door controls, perhaps to keep the number inside at one time under control - so there was a huge line outside, moving very slowly. Instead we went to Ste. Chapelle to look at the lovely stained glass. Then back on a bus to the Orsay to look at their Impressionist collection. Finally we went back to Notre ...
... 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 ...
It was our last day in Paris, and as the train to Venice was not leaving until 8pm that night, we decided to make the most of Disneyland and spend the day there. We could also keep our bags there. But it rained all day, which was a pain. So we watched lots of the shows and kept under cover most of the time. It seemed a day of ...