Best Western the Hotel Versailles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... got our luggage, and called it an early night so we had a fresh start tomorrow. Good night from Paris!! By the way this hotel room here is the size of an office back home, tiny!!! We thought for sure between us and our bags we would not make it up to the 5th floor where our room is due to being over the weight limit in the elevator. I was praying the whole way up! We did make it, thank ...
... Colbert, a restaurant which features in the movie "something's gotta give" staring Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton. We had a delicious meal with the highlight of the evening being john's entrée of herring (photo). The size was bigger than what you would expect from a main course let alone entrée. The decor was lovely and service interesting!! Russell had 'escargot'. Simply revolting. A description of my impression would not be something pleasant to read so we will skip ...
... about an hour south east to the town of Chartres. The cathedral here is huge and built in the gothic style which means lots of flying buttresses on the outside and lots of stained glass (the most in the world under one roof and one of the dominant colors being what we know as Chartres Blue). In this one 80% is still the original - we had read that you should take binoculars to see it since it is up so high - this was a good idea! We learned that stained glass was not ...
... watch you stuff your face. It's a very Paris thing, but we've found it all through Europe so far. Our break didn't last as long as we'd originally intended, because our coffees came out and it was just a small shot of espresso, so rather than slowly watching the world go by for the next 20 minutes or so, within 5 minutes we were done and out of there! No matter, the ridiculously strong coffee gave us a boost of energy to keep us going. We had a general idea of the ...
... de Crévecœur (who died in 1636), to the construction
of a magnificent château. By 1649 he was able to spend the summer months in his new house, but works on the outbuildings continued after that date. Louis XIV visited Maisons in April 1651.
The attribution to François Mansart was common knowledge among ...