Best Western the Hotel Versailles
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... who can answer questions if you have them. We all felt so much better about Paris after the tour. The Arc de Triomphe was towering above us from where we stood at the Louvre so we made away along Champs-Élysées, famous for the theatres, cafes and luxury shops stretching the whole 1.7km. We got to Arc de Triopmhe which is monstrous, I didn't realise how mighty it actually was. What was even more interesting was watching the cars drive ...
... left Susie on the queue and found her a water and a pigs-ear pastry from the bakery. I got back and starting walking forward from the back of the queue to find her. She had to call me back. She was still near the end. The Official came to tell us that we had a two hour wait but the attraction closed in an hour and a half. Not much point waiting. I suggested he tell that to the people higher than us in the queue. Anyway ...
Today is our last day in this beautiful city and we are heading to the Versailles Palace. It is an hour train trip out of Paris so should be fun. What have I really loved about this city you ask? Well, the people are very casual and relaxed about things. They do not appear to have many road rules - motorbikes (and they are everywhere!) park on the footpath and even ride along them. We have seen cars parked so tightly that the only ...
... I know it's not going to break under my weight, but I can't make myself walk on it. It was a lovely fine day today, perfect for such sightseeing. Our next stop was at the Galeries Lafayette, which is the French equivalent of Harrod's, or an upmarket David Jones of forty years ago. It's a beautiful building. The central area is open from ground level to a huge coloured glass dome! All the balconies have ornate decorative railings, and ...
... area, but not too much to report on. The one thing of note was that Napoleon III decided to remake tge entire city. He leveled 70% of the city during his reign. At that time, he decreed that no building should be higher than seven stories which holds to this day. Anytime you see a taller building, you are outside the limits of Paris. Our final two days of the tour were to be at Versailles. We have been to the palace of Versailles before, but ...