Best Western the Hotel Versailles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... is only 400 metres from our hotel. On the way back we visited our local bakery and picnicked in our room. The bakeries in France are fantastic. Their cakes and pastries are beautiful both in presentation and taste. After an hour or so we headed out again and caught the Metro to the Louvre. We had bought some items yesterday from Apple which we did not need so we returned them today. We also had fun in some great ...
... to drink a cup of cappuccino. Met two nice women from Salt Lake City. They had been in Paris for 8 days but we're staying in a hotel...they were really interested in our apartment plan. We found some cheese, radishes and tomatoes that wanted to come home with us and then decided we'd exhausted their wares so started to walk to the Saxe-Breteuil street market. This is in the 7th arrondissement....pretty high end walk. We admired the boutiques and well manicures ...
... trip). So after the most comfortable and restful night this trip (the advantage of being in a comfy hotel) I was up and ready for an action packed day.... First port of call was coffee. I attempted to ask for a large Americano (which it was they call long blacks here and the UK). I must have made a mockery of their language as the man politely said "takeaway or have here" and read out the cost in English! Pretty much the same thing happened later at lunch, so I won't repeat ...
... Manouvering through the archway to the Louvre, glimpsing the clock at the Musee D'Orsay, driving along the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe, standing in front of Notre Dame, looking at paintings by Van Gogh, Monet, Cezanne and Renoir, looking down on the boats on the Seine, it's just a continual stream of fantastic experiences! After we left the Musee D'Orsay ...
... Eiffel Tower. But to our surprise the line zipped through so quickly we barely managed to finish our breakfast before we began. We were thankful that the line moved quickly but would've preferred a bit more "digesting" time. Before climbing the many hundreds of stairs. We were also blessed to get reduced tickets as we are both under 25years old! Woo! After losing and eventually finding each other again at the top of the tower we soaked in as much of the view ...