Clos Saint Laurent

Address: 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'├ęglise, Saint-Laurent-la-Gatine.
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    Paris 2

    A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... the heater again....and ....Voila! It works! Must have been just a loose fuse or dry contact, so problem solved.... We were still an hour or so earlier than the previous day, and we took the train into downtown Paris, changing 3times I think, until we arrived at Abbesses station, just a short 2 block walk to the funicular-rail up to Montmartre. Yeah, ok, we've been there before many times, but that doesn't mean that you don't go back. Just like ...


    A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... us back at least 30 minutes. By the time we finally arrived at Versailles, the line to get in was crazy! We had pre-purchased our tickets, but it didn't matter because everyone was put into the same queue. Luckily Evan brought his book so he just read for the 90 minutes we had to wait. Brad had plenty of time to make a run to the Starbucks in the town to get us all icy drinks to help soothe the pain of waiting. Finally, we ...

    Palace of Versailles

    A travel blog entry by meboggs on Jun 20, 2014

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    After teaching about Versailles for so long to actually be there was overwhelming and I felt myself tearing up on occasion. (I know that surprises no one. I am a walking emotion.) It was so over the top, huge, decadent, amazing, detailed, and just WOW! When we first got there we were given a whisper system for the tour. (I love this and want it for my classroom. :) ) the tour guide could talk softly and we could all hear her crystal clear through the ear pieces. ...

    The Allies have Landed. Americans on the shore!

    A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... no wait at all. We walked right through in the palace. The longest line could have been to get an audio guide, probably 15 mins. This place is extravagant. It has endless rooms and apartments each equally as decadently decorated as the others. It's very cool to see a place that played such an important role in the French Revolution. The biggest problem were all the guides tour groups that clogged every single passage. It seems they thought it was a good idea to gather their groups ...

    Lifestyles of the Rich and (dead) Famous

    A travel blog entry by misspollock on Jan 10, 2014

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    ... as a sort of "holiday house" for Louis XIV, and then became a bit of a home for parts of his extended family. I wish I could afford a holiday home like it, even just to rent! The rooms were very light and airy, and as it is all on one level, it is still beautiful, but doesn't feel quite as formal as the main palace.

    I then made my way over to the "Petit Trianon" which is well known for being Marie-Antoinette's domain, but it was actually designed to be the home of Louis ...