Address: 28 Rue du Grand Faubourg, Chartres, Centre, 28000, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 28 Rue du Grand Faubourg, Chartres, is near Cathedrale de Chartres, Chateau de Maintenon, and St-Pierre.
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    Travel Blogs from Chartres


    A travel blog entry by eahaas on Oct 12, 2014


    ... a great job with the cheese. The bread group did a decent job (JP said they could not buy baguettes, that's too common), especially because they bought Lyon bread, which has pralines, YUM! These are named after, uh, a mayor or someone, Msr. Praline. In the market was mostly pork cold cuts, we got a pate with rabbit (!), they also sold horse sausage and donkey sausage. I asked Ba to ask re: turkey sausage and no one carried that. JP ...

    Joyeaux of traveling, part deux

    A travel blog entry by eahaas on Oct 03, 2014

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... Geez! Then we left to have iced coffee so we would be alert for the light show, walked around until a reasonable dinner hour (7p), enjoyed a great meal with an adorable waiter (who spoke 5 languages, I asked him). We went back to the Cathedral, waiting waiting waiting for the show to start. Our train tix were for the 852p train, Barbara realized that the lighthouse show didn't start until 9p, so she said ...

    The joyeaux of traveling

    A travel blog entry by eahaas on Oct 03, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... on their doorstep? Lunch was good, we bought tix for the castle, and it was quite lovely. Louis the (something, 14th? 16th?) gave this place to his mistress and secret wife, the Madame de Maintenon. See the pics, it was really lovely, there was a tree-lined path along the aqueduct that was very peaceful, we were practically the only visitors! Then we walked back to the train station, to go to ...

    The Old Man and the Glass

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 22, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... called Veil of Mary. It was believed to have been the tunic Mary wore when she gave birth; Chartres acquired it sometime in the Middle Ages. When the Cathedral caught fire and burned down, many of the townspeople talked about leaving Chartres: obviously, God had sent the fire because He was not pleased, so the town must no longer be a place of safety. Not only that but the Cathedral had lost its holy relic, and the town would suffer from the lack of pilgrims. All hope ...

    A tiny city with a huge cathedral

    A travel blog entry by bcansevgisi on Jul 14, 2013

    2 photos

    ... We made it to the train just on time after confirming our tickets at a machine near the platform. The bad thing about taking short distance trains was that there were no seats assigned to us. It was the "First come, first served" rule. Another option was to buy first class train tickets but as we had so many journeys planned, we needed to save some cash. The train departed right on time and fortunately we could find a place ...