Residence Hotel Les Ducs de Chevreuse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had an almost mundane day at school, it rained on the way home while we bought recharges for the iPads and phone and had crepes with ham and egg for lunch. This inspired us to buy a brut cider to have with veal chops bought in the Grand Epicerie. On the way home from the supermarket we stopped for pastis in a cafe partly because it was raining. Homework assignments took ...
... was excellent - and, of course, the views were pure Paris romantic. A quick run-down: asparagus soup, escargot, veal, chicken, coffee flan, and ending with one of those cute miniature cappuccinos as we pulled back into the dock. They have this down to the second. More walking around and a quick visit to the Musee d'Orsay for more fine impressionist art as we closed the museum. Gotta love this town! Becca's corner: The entire Seine dinner meal. Can't beat that ...
Today we made the drive out of beautiful French wine country into the town of Chevreuse and Rambouillet.. Both of which are beautiful old towns south of Versailles, which is where we will be trekking tomorrow! We had dinner in Rambouillet, but arrived a bit earlier than European time. I was a bit hangry at this point, Riley had managed to eat 6 gluten free sandwiches in the car prior to this ...
... not disappointing. The city of Versailles is also very lovely and worth a few nights stay if you ever get the chance. We didn't stay here. We took the metro from our Paris home. A station right near by and mastered the method on and off different lines to get from a-b. it's very easy, safe and less crowded than london. The palace is massive and dates back to the 1600's. People who lived in the palace over the years seem to be all called ...
... steps to the Sacre-Coeur. It’s really just another big church. Because of it’s height it has a good panorama of Paris. We could see it raining over a different part of the city when we looked out. We had a quick walk around the inside of the church. I’m getting a bit over looking in churches though – they’re all the same! There was a statute of Peter, I think, holding the keys (I’m sure that’s how he wanted to be ...