Premiere Classe Maurepas-CC Pariwest

Address: Rue Galois Rue Fresnel, Maurepas, Île-de-France, 78310, France | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Rue Galois Rue Fresnel, Maurepas, is near Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte, France Miniature, and Jean Monnet Home (Maison Jean-Monnet).
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    Travel Blogs from Maurepas

    Day 2: Paris

    A travel blog entry by woklyn on Apr 29, 2015

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... but he decided he could well have a heart attack if he reached a point where he could look down and see how far up in the air he was, so he decided to wait for me at the bottom. There were 400 steps, and two stages at which you could go outside the tower and enjoy the great panoramas across the city, the second of which was right at the very top. I just love being above the surrounding scenery, so I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the boats going along the Seine, the ...

    Musée des Arts Decoratifs

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Dec 14, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    Sunday brunch nearby and we staggered over to the museum beside the Louvre which holds a marvelous collection of decorative arts from the Gothic, Renaissance, and several more stages up to and including Art Deco. There are whole rooms reconstructed from their mostly aristocratic houses and beautiful 15-16th century fine religious carvings. Then inlaid furniture and collections of ...

    Back on the horse and a day at the Louvre

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Oct 06, 2014

    23 photos

    ... reflection on the number of female artists and more importantly how females were portrayed in much of the European art. More often than not it was clothes hanging off, boobs out and often there would be several females hanging around some dude. So if you follow the path of how these paintings were bought to life it is no surprise! Often artists were commissioned by wealthier guys to paint something for a specific room in the house and our take on a 'commissioning ...

    Hitting the streets of Paris

    A travel blog entry by meeksy on Aug 31, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... has a playground beside it that playground is more than likely the old cemetary whose bodies now lay in the Catacombs. There are over 300 kms of tunnels under Paris, some still unexplored. We got on the hop on hop off bus to get an idea where places we want to see are located. I am amazed at the magnificent buildings that make up this city. Every which way you turn there is one amazing building after the next, not to ...

    Daddy, I want a palace and I want it now.

    A travel blog entry by susan.carrick on Jul 13, 2014

    13 photos

    ... at a distance dance with light and shade'. There - find that in an art book! An artist that we discovered and liked is George Morren. There are photos below to show you what we saw (bless you, google).

    After revering Mr Monet, we were taken to a lovely scenic mill for a production line lunch.
    Positive - we sat and chatted with our six fellow travelers. I know about Provence, Massachusetts, the US constitution and the best US National parks to visit (book ...