I guess I already wrote a post about the Château de Beaumesnil. It's one of my favourite castles. So I don't mind returning. The gardens are spacious and offer wonderful perspectives of the castle. There you can even admire a 19th century freezer. Yesssss I don't joke. A freezer had been built with really thick … Continue reading Château de Beaumesnil
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I continue to explore unknown angles of La Defense. As I said in another post, either people remain around the building where they work either they roam in between la Grande Arche and the fountains on the other side of the Parvis. However, there are so many places to go and discover new buildings and … Continue reading Anothe angle of view
Not far from Paris, you can discover the lovely valley of Epte. Epte is a small river ondulating between smooth hills. Little villages are seated in colourful places.
Telling you about the visit of this stunning castle built against and into the cliffs on the Seine borders : La Roche Guyon. View of the South balcony. The caves are partly natural and have always played an important role in the life of the castle. During WW2, Germans occupied the place. The castle is … Continue reading Part 2 of pre-birthday