This past week the kids had a midwinter break, so I had a few days off work. We spent one morning out at the Chateau de Fontainebleau, about an hour from our house. Built by French royalty, with parts dating back to the 1100s, the palace houses Marie Antoinette’s Turkish boudoir, the Napoleon Museum and a lavish theater. Its formal gardens feature ornamental lakes and sculptures.
This chapel was one of my favorite rooms with the beautiful glass and vaulted ceiling.
Unfortunately it was freezing cold outside, so we didn't spend much time in the beautiful grounds behind the chateau except for a quick peek.