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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... fun history fact: the mirrors were French made whereas they used to only be obtained from Italy but they were kinda ****** with the Italians at the time also mirrors were a sign of wealth hence why a hall of mirrors would be deemed fancy). But the chandeliers in the room just made the place. You could imagine back in the day them all lit up and reflecting in the mirrors. Another interesting ...
Today we woke up early to go to the louvre. We walked to the louvre, and saw lots of amazing paintings ( including the Mona Lisa ).the Mona Lisa was smaller than I thought. It was the size of four big hands put in a square. When I walked around the room, it still felt like the Mona Lisa was looking at me. There was some other cool paintings there, but I only liked the Mona Lisa. Then after that we got on a boat to go for lunch. Mum was boiling,so she suggested to get ice cream. So we ...
Another run, more rubbish than yesterday.
Back at hotel a friend had sent an email comment about Jethro Tull so I thought I would have a look to see when tickets were available - Now it seemed.
So I managed to get 4 tickets in the B section - all the A's etc had gone so at least we will see him. Luke does not know that much of Jethro Tull"s music so might have find some fellow 'groupies'!
In France, shops are shut on Sundays - except food, tourist shops ...
We began the day waking up early and heading to breakfast. We bought full day metro passes (great deal) and headed to the Louvre. Our Paris pass gave us priority entrance so we got right in and went right to the Mona Lisa. From there we went to the lock bridge and put our names on a lock :). Then we hopped on the RER and headed to Versailles! On the RER we chatted with an elderly couple from California (so sweet). Versailles ...
... so much to see we didn't know where to look -the walls, the ceiling, the furnishings, the views... We started in the Grand Trianon and then headed out into the gardens. Down at the Grand Canal we hired a boat and rowed around for half an hour. Alex decided she wanted to do most of the rowing. There were heaps of people just sitting on the grass alongside the canal having picnics and enjoying the perfect spring day. After the boat ride we wandered around for a while and ...