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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Versailles Parly 2 Le Chesnay
This place has a great location and staff but that's all. The place needs a renovation badly. Food pretty good in the restaurant.
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... they had been hanging out. Evidently this pine marten would take advantage of the food the parents would bring the young and steal it. No food out but was a treat to see. We could hear the young foxes playing inside the old building that had been being restored before they came and settled in.
We were also treated to bluebirds flying ...
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... Hole, Wyoming, after visiting Grand Teton National Park today. It has been such a beautiful journey through all these iconic American Parks!
Crater Lake is the most stunning blue. The water is so pure you can drink it. The lake is over 1900 feet deep, and an 8 inch disc can be seen at 180 feet below the surface! Quite amazing. We stayed in the park itself overnight, which was a treat.
Then on to Yellowstone. Yellowstone was the ...
... up the gondola and had a nice dinner on the side of the mountain. By 7:00 we were off the mountain and back in Jackson to see the Wed. night rodeo. The rodeo was a blast. They sold good local beer and as the sun went down it cooled off and we got to enjoy the truly wild show that the cowboys put on. There was bull riding, calf roping, barrel racing, more bull riding, bronco riding, etc. The rides were thrilling and we marveled at the dangerous sport and the ...
... a garden of eden it must have been somewhere near here. Mountains rising straight through to the clouds with snow capped peaks; Rivers everywhere bursting at their banks trying to contain the massive snow melt runoff gushing downstream. Clear as glass lakes stretch for miles with the sounds of small waves lapping at the shore minus the scream of man made horsepowered boats. Pine, blue spruce, ...