Atel Le Versailles
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Sam: Woke up this morning with a medical condition that I've termed 'bike butt’. It’s a severe dose and hurts when I sit, walk or climb stairs! Added to that (as if that’s not enough), it’s been a day requiring a lot of ‘psychological flexibility’. Firstly – we had decided to do a day trip to Versaille, so decided not to do a walk in Luxembourg gardens today. But still wanting to ...
... on the day Lauren and I were away, he showcased his bright neon pink boots of the same height and style and wore a leopard suit. I was truly amused.
Anyway, we arrived a decent our in Versailles, but even at 9:15 in the morning, there was a line composed of hundreds of people trying to get into the palace of past royal family, including multiple King Louis and Mary Antoinette. The temperature grew steadily over the course of ...
... so that it would work again.
Only 15 minutes late on returning the golf cart, so another 8E on top of the 32E for the first hour (totally overpriced) but it was fun none the less. The best way to spend the last hour on the grounds before it closes is to play hide and seek with MD in the hedges...we had a blast.
On the way out, the workers tried to tell Heather that there was no bathroom for her to use that they were already closed; boy ...
... leading up to the terrace creating an illusion of a stairway to the sky. Or maybe heaven.One corner of the garden has been given over to a sizeable grandstand in front of a substantial stage, with associated modern, technical paraphernalia. Yet it manages to look tiny in its surroundings.
There is no formal maze, but the extent of the gardens is so vast that it becomes something of a labyrinth in its own right, causing much peering at maps and even more chin rubbing and ...
... but after only a bit of meandering, along with a dramatic and screeching last minute turn, we were delivered to our destination, the Hotel de France. As TripAdvisor advised, the hotel could not have been any closer to the palace itself, being just across the road. Unfortunately, the view from our window towards the palace was somewhat spoilt by a large pile of sand and a digger, but it would be churlish to complain.
Our journey had taken us from one extreme to the other. ...