Atel Le Versailles

Address: 7, rue Sainte Anne, Versailles, Île-de-France, 78000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Versailles area of Versailles, is near Versailles Palace (Chateau de Versailles), Gardens of Versailles, and The Trianons & The Hamlet (Le Hameau).
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Travel Blogs from Versailles

The palace of the sun king

A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Aug 12, 2015

8 photos

... to put blockout on every half an hour or so but the heat is so bad that I am lethargic and can't do it. I know I will get burnt; at this point I have such bad heat stroke that I don't care. We are all thirsty and perspiring like there is no tomorrow. I see all these people with umbrellas shading them and I am so jealous. I left mine in England and I had thought to bring it. I had a sixth sense that I needed it and ignored my gut. You can imagine ...

Versailles and the Eiffel Tower

A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Aug 09, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... included that it must be more than 300 metres high. This was twice as high as the tallest structure in the world at the time. Entries included a giant pink elephant, a giant guillotine, and a 300 metre high fountain. The fountain idea was knocked out when someone realised that this would have made it rain on most of the exhibition for most of the time. Gustav Eiffel was a very famous architect and engineer, and his idea of a steel tower won. It was supposed to ...

Oh My, it's Versailles

A travel blog entry by 4evr2findu on Aug 06, 2015

12 photos

... half way through how this free formed line could remain so organized and patient. Then we saw the two heavily armed members of the French Army patrolling the grounds walking up and down the line. Get out of line and the French don't screw around. Guess they learned their lesson after the Maginot Line fiasco during WWII. Once we got through security and into the actual palace the real fun began. If standing in a line outside in the sun for two hours wasn't enough fun already try ...

The End of Paris....The Beginning of Venice

A travel blog entry by jamie.baum on Jul 25, 2015

27 photos

... watch you and I constantly felt like one was going to come to life and kidnap me or something. By the end of it I was happy that we went. It kind of broke up all of the serious art and gave us a comedic break. Plus I met Jackie Chan and George Clooney so it was worth it! After that we headed to Notre Dame. What I experienced there is something that my family will never let go of. However, I would like to point out that I didn't have control over what happened like I ...

Versailles France

A travel blog entry by sierra.parsons on Jul 05, 2015

40 photos

Versailles is my happy place... I loved absolutely everything about it! Unfortunately the day I went, it was raining so we didn't get to see all of the gardens, but everything was to amazing and huge! I don't understand why though, during the French revolution why they didn't get melt down the gold throughout the palace and pay for things... there is so much gold ...