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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... tickets for the palace, the garden and the grand and petit trianons. Forget the mini train, just hire a golf buggy. Although you can still only drive on a certain route you can do it at your pace and get much closer to the interesting parts of the garden. The garden is huge and even with a golf buggy you will walk a lot so it helps to save your legs a bit. It will take all day.
So what of Versailles. If you haven't seen it and you get the opportunity to do so then go. ...
... and received lots of info about Paris etc. We had some lunch and then wandered around the Luxembourg Gardens which are also impressive but hard to describe. It was sunny and hot today so lots of people sunning themselves. Then a stroll down the Seine with its artists, street musicians and used book sellers. That part has not changed. We could have gone to The Louvre which is free on Sunday but had to get back to hotel for our big concert at the brand ...
After the excitement of Gerard's GAP bag, little to report today. Slept in after a late night, and slept early for an early start the next day. As such, not a lot of time to get into trouble. We did head to the Louvre with a view to actually going in, but found out that it is the one day of the month where they let everyone in for free! As such, ...
... and places, doing the same walk through the winding streets and to the Seine, to the front of the Notre Dame. I guess I needed to see Notre Dame to realize that I am here in Paris!
I went inside café Panis to eat, was seated by the window, facing the side of the Notre Dame. Café has a very interesting old interior, food was so-so, I can’t remember what I was having actually, due to a jet lag this day is a bit in a fog. I was seated there for a while, resting, and then walked ...
... planning and the use of techniques that were innovative at the time, such as its glass vault, its structure made of iron and light steel framing, and its use of reinforced concrete]. One the opposite side of the road was the Petit Palais [The Petit Palais (small palace) is an art museum. It was built for the 1900 Exposition Universelle (universal exhibition), it now houses the City of Paris Museum ...