Clos Saint Laurent

6, rue de l'église, Saint-Laurent-la-Gatine, Centre, 28210, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6, rue de l'église, Saint-Laurent-la-Gatine.
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Laurent-la-Gatine

Eiffel Tower

A travel blog entry by meboggs on Jun 20, 2014

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Not enough time we have to go back. After more than a day in Paris we got our first glimpses of the Tower in the distance on the Bus tour. Then we drove right by it which was awe inspiring and heart breaking. Awe inspiring because we'll it is awesome and heart breaking because I was ready to run right up that sucker. (Yeah like that would happen after one flight ...

A big church and a family visit

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on Jun 16, 2014

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... stop. Without Serena we had a little trouble finding the road we wanted into Versailles. But we got there in the end and found the hotel right by the gates of the palace that we had come to see.
We found me a parking spot right outside the hotel. Willow said she was very pleased with their final room. There was fabric on the walls a view of the palace and best of all a large bath!
Ed slept ...

Versailles!

A travel blog entry by cpeirson on May 29, 2014

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... luckily using a golf cart to make our way through the enormous grounds.

The world-renowned Palace of Versailles (Ch‚teau de Versailles), located just 15 miles (25km) southwest of Paris. This impressive estate, built by Louis XIV as a symbol of absolute monarchy, boasts extravagant facades, elaborate furnishings and the magnificent 2,000-acre
(800-hectare) Gardens of Versailles (Jardins de Versailles).

In 1661, Louis XIV ...

What a Fixer Upper !

A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 28, 2014

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... line - no such luck. We had to line up in about a 1 hour line to the main ticket office. Once inside we were greeted to elegance at its best as the pictures below will attest. There was just much to see - opulence as is not often duplicated. It was very cool to see The King's Bedroom where Louis XIV died in 1715 at the age of 77.

I'm sure that the royalty crew who occupied this magnificent palace were hikers at heart and I'm sure ...

Back to Paris

A travel blog entry by mackles on Oct 11, 2013

... French farmer "who likes to talk", according to her. He insisted on buying the kids orange juice, and peanuts, and took some convincing that people from Nouvelle Zelande speak English. Anyway, we eventually had to make our apologies via the waitress and race to our car. A short stop turned into rather a long (but memorable!) one!!

Other than that, an uneventful trip. For the next stop, it was back to a motorway diner for rubbish ...