Hotel Chatillon Paris Montparnasse
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Great Hotel in a quiet neighbourhood! Close to transit and grocery stores .
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Just got back from the City of Lights after a 12 year hiatus.Good to see some of best things in life don't change.....they still have happy hour!!!
The first day was wet and cold (are we still in Vancouver!!??) and we spent the better part of an hour searching for our hotel,which was fun (NOT!)
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... rude people only wanting a perfect selfie with the eyebrowless wonder make it impossible to really enjoy the beauty of the art. Soaking in the craziness and the grandness of the entire museum was what I walked away with....I think the kids I just wanted to get out of the madness.
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... windows haha. After that we were set off for lunch and then met up again to head to Versailles. I am not going to lie, I hated every second of Versailles haha. The palace was shoulder to shoulder packed and we were being pushed from one room to the next. I literally tried running out of the place haha. The gardens costed 9 euros to get in so I ended up passing on that which I slightly regret. Apparently they were beautiful and had people playing and singing music the ...
... including much wine, cheese, and an impressive gateau for dessert.
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