Best Western the Hotel Versailles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... of the founder of the first bookstore, Sylvia Beach, the second was renamed Shakespeare and Company in her honor. I used to like to stop there when we lived in France, when it was not so easy to get English books – no online shopping in those days!
As I trudged up the hill toward the hotel, I made a last stop at the Jardin des Plantes, originally a garden, created by Louis XIII, for the cultivation of ...
... cheese with Locals on the river! Seems the locals all sit along the Seine in the sun each night (which doesn't set until 1030!) so we decided to do the same and save some cash. 2 bottles of wine was about $20 and both were ok. We then headed to Eiffel Tower and randomly met up with one of Cams mates Clem and had Eiffel Tower drinks ! People sell u beers and wines and smokes from bags and buckets all along the water and parks so it's ...
... premises next door. Unfortunately, in spite of all the tourists that abound in Paris at the moment and it being a stone throw from the Louvre it was closed. No pass could be had. Our next attempt was at the Louvre and then after a brief river crossing the Musee D'Orsay. Surely one of these would take our voucher and exchange it for the museum key we sought. Resolutely - no and so we found ourselves improvising in the rain which was lightly falling. From the ...
... and dioramas of the grounds. On this level, the audio guide automatically changes when you enter a new room. In other areas, you have to key in the number of the room you are in.
From the ground floor you proceed to the first floor which is where all the action is. You see the bedchambers, war chambers, peace chambers, rooms that have tons of chairs that are seemingly randomly placed and then you get to the main attraction, the Hall ...
... markets in Paris. It was a lovely place to get away from the busy tourist attractions of Paris. There were many bright and bustling stalls of fruit and veg in its atmospheric buildings making it one of the city’s loveliest street markets. Many grocers were selling charcuterie, patés, seafood, cheeses and sticky patisseries, foie gras, fresh bread and wine. We purchased our picnic lunch here before we walked to the ...