Auberge Du Cheval Blanc
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... a sly chuckle when told he was taught French at school in the '60's, they may think it strange, but I have seen a definite improvement since we arrived, he was just a little stumped by having to write an essay! With school done, we went over to Aligre Marche for a spot of lunch, a dozen oysters for Laurie and the most delicious fish soup for me, we then went around ...
We had the best time today, meandering the shops and sights of the Latin Quarter all the way to Notre Dame and the Isle de la Citie. Will write more when I have more time. Emily leaves tomorrow. And I am off to the Palace de Versailles. Trying to catch up on Blogging. It's 9.52pm Friday 12th September. Emily and I had the best day. A bit of a sleep in and off walking about 9.30am. We headed down the street of Goblins from the Place D'Italie. Emily guided us via Google Maps. Did an ...
... together in the middle After a little sleep they served refreshments and then lunch yummy again And after all that we still arrived on time 1 40pm Walked thru passport control and went to collect luggage all of a sudden the called our names to report to luggage enquiries We were then told that our luggage did not make it to the plane and it would arrive on the next plane due in at 8.30 and they would deliver to the ...
... not even upon our arrival into Paris, even though we were traveling between countries. We figured there must be agreements in place between certain EU countries, but nonetheless, we were hoping for French stamps in our passports. Oh well...we'll just have to fly into Paris the next time. Although it was about a 40-minute metro ride, we arrived at our apartment with relative ease. After meeting Christophe at the apartment and receiving a quick orientation, we ...
... when seen from above they were just incredible. They were quite formal with most of the garden beds edged in clipped box hedges. There were sweeping lawns, water features, swans, vegetable, herb and flower beds. In contrast to Villandry we went to Chateau Chenonceau on Tuesday. This larger chateau is built out over a river and is quite spectacular. One of the French King Henry's lived here with one of his mistresses. Also impressive were the beautiful fresh ...