Chateau de Jonvilliers Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... cafeteria at the school. I ate rice, since they were serving some weird type of fish, tomatoes with some sauce and cheese, yogurt, and bread. I was unimpressed. Then we had to go back and learn more stuff. They asked what everyone brought to show the students. Everyone was from big cities, like San Francisco or something and had interesting things. Like I'm from Wisconsin and not even an interesting part of Wisconsin. They brought brochures from their towns, do we even have ...
After an easy start we took the bus and metro into Paris. Bloody hell that metro doesn't mess around! After seeing the sights we've just stopped for lunch near the Notre Dame. Decided to go up the Eiffel Tower for an amazing view. Fab day out, loads of walking and sightseeing. Back at camp now drinking cold beer and waiting for food ...
... cleaning out the car and getting our cases organised and then took off for a local supermarket. No guest map at this hotel and considering the hotel is quite isolated I thought that should be on their 'to do' list. The girl at the desk tried her best to advise and after a few wrong turns, we once again relied on the navman to find the centre of the small village near the hotel. This turned out to be good and bad. Good in that there was a carnival/fair going on ...
... he said.....so off we fled.
We arrived at the TGV station just in time and literally walked right on to the train with only a minute to spare. Whew!
The train was very nice and comfortable and not crowded at all, so we spread out and had plenty of room. We enjoyed the ride and the scenery and soon we arrived at Gare Lyon station in Paris. Now we just needed to find the RER regional train line ...
... the foreign number plates and working out their country of origin and the ever faithful car bingo.
The trip to Versailles took just over an hour, which was not too bad. If we took public transport it would have taken at least that long or possibly longer anyway. Versailles is a lovely town with wide streets and plenty of parking to cater for the 1000’s of tourists they get each day.
We again pre-purchased tickets online and as such we were ...