One cannot do justice to this medieval city awashed with tradition and history for ages unless one stays here for at least a couple of days. One cannot be fair to the
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3 of 5 stars
A 10 minute bus ride from downtown brought me to Maison de Picassiette. This small house was built in the 30s by Raymond Isidore for his wife and three children. The
Stained glass has been an important part of Chartres’ history since the Middle Ages, and some of the finest stained glass in all of Europe is found in the Cathedral.
Eyeing the trinkets lined up on the tables and going through the racks of clothes...there's not any difference in a French flea market than one in America. Yes, you can