Best Hotel la Croix Verte
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s room, the Hall of Mirrors and lots more. The gardens outside were magnificent and the size of everything is just enormous. On our way to Versailles, we saw the golden flame monument which has been erected and placed at the entrance of the tunnel where Princess Di was killed, and we also drove through that tunnel. After dinner tonight, which ...
... so we were treated to our first "coachaoke" performance. He sang Miley Cyrus' wrecking ball with headphones in and the bus mic, it was pretty much amazing and it's safe to say I will NEVER be late for the bus... Off to dinner soon for some snails and frog legs yumm! Au revoir J ...
... our own. Note: The orientation and service provided by Richard Barrow (our landlord in Madrid) has put the other two apartments to shame. He set the bar so high the first day that we've been a little disappointed by what we perceived to be a lack of service at the other two apartments. This is more to say that Richard was awesome than to say the others have been poor, but still, we really appreciate how Richard went above and beyond in Madrid. After putting down our ...
... tourist site this evening. We went to the Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal on Rue du Bac. We stepped inside and I gasped at the beauty of this chapel. It was like stepping into heaven. We walked down the nave to get a close look at the altar and side chapels and then we took a seat for a few minutes to take it all in. There were lots of people here from all different nationalities. Many miracles are associated with ...
... has a very large Egyptian obelisk in the center given to the people of France from Egypt for helping to decipher their hieroglyphs. The bus drove us down the Champs Elysees where Hitler marched his troops when they occupied Paris and Charles de Gaulle and other Allied troops marched when they liberated Paris from the Nazis. Of course at the opposite end of the Champs Elysees, is the Arc de Triomphe commemorating all the French war dead. ...