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... the Louvre and walked 15mins down the road to Notre Dame a beautiful cathedral! We each lit a candle and placed it in the cathedral, then we wandered around admiring the beautiful stained glass, along with the 300 other people!! We then took our sore feet back to the hotel, grabbed a burger from 'Belushi's' next door to the hotel and had an early ...
... together we waited outside eating our remaining strawberries until the woman arrived to check the apartment and take out keys. We did have to warn her that we had had some smelly cheese in the fridge as an apology for the odor in the kitchen. The exchange was quick and easy and we were soon on our way back to the Gars de Lyon to drop our bags at our next destination. It took us 3 trains and a short walk to get there, but everything is made so much ...
... pretty much everywhere you look are cool buildings and gardens. I will say I think the French do think of their people as there are bathrooms everywhere along with beautiful squares and buildings and water you can drink in many public fountains. We made it back to the apartment and Aaron picked up some Indian for dinner. It was actually really good a surprise really is we thought the place only sold ice cream. We are ready for our big day ...
... Chateau (the primary palace), we instead caught a short bus ride to the Trianon and the Domaine. As the story goes, as Versailles got busier and busier with state affairs, Louis XV decided he and his family needed another weekend retreat on the grounds to get away from the palace when they needed to. Imagine...a vacation home for your vacation home. Sounds like pretty good living. Although the area of the Trianons was much smaller than the chateau, it was still ...
... in an email as requested, rather than using online booking. For this inconvenience we were charged another tax. Luckily, this city is MUCH nicer than Paris. We caught a bus to the last day of their city fair, which included large food and wine stalls from all around the region, camping and caravan displays, live music, garden and plant expos and more. It was HUGE!!! The cheese, wine and odd looking meats were hugely popular, but all still WAY out of ...