Mercure Chartres Centre Cathedrale
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... followed out behind and stood on the church steps while everyone cheered and blew bubbles while they smiled, waved and had a kiss. It was very Wills and Kate. With another Australian couple, Keeney and Chris, we walked up to the town ruins of an old castle up on top of the hill with a lovely viewpoint of the church, which looks enormous in such a small town. We drove back to our accommodation which was 5 minutes from Chateau de Breteuil where the reception was ...
... Coeur, where we were herded like sheep with constant orders being barked about no photos and constant donation opportunities,??? Notre was particularly welcoming. People visiting here were not tourists they were pilgrims. Quiet, prayerful, respectful. Photos were welcomed but interestingly, people weren't taking that many. Most were doings, only in French, or like chose the audio self guide.
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... within 20 kilometers as well.
The food was very delicious as well, we had grilled chicken and afterward I had the chance to try many French pastries. I liked the strawberry éclaire the most out of the group. After returning home I was even given French macarons by our neighbors who have a daughter that will also be attending the same school as me. It was a very good day filled with a lot of great French food and conversation.
- Ben Padgette
... wind turbines scattered among great metal power towers. My brain still isn't up to speed with driving on right side of road. Fields of crops as far as the eye can see - have never seen so many fields of crops. There were spinach and beans , onions, potatoes and field upon fields of corn I Haven't seen any dams yet - I did see huge irrigator but no water reservoirs - not sure where the water comes from. We also went past a truck with wind turbine blades - it was about 4-5 trailers ...
As it was our third consecutive visit to Paris and having thoroughly hiked through the city, seeing every attraction (literally). We wanted to check other locations close to Paris, like daily excursions of our own planning. As I am not very keen on long train journeys while on holiday. My wife and I decided to pick a place near Paris, interesting to visit and which would take an hour or two to travel at most. After a ...