Comfort Hotel Bretigny sur Orge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of history and interesting stories. After an another afternoon nap we headed to the Eiffel Tower to meet up with the kiwis for a picnic as the sun set behind us. We acted like Parisians and bought a bottle of Wine and some cheese, although we forgot glasses so we just drank from the bottle. It was the kind of night me and Stace needed as we were both feeling a little jaded and home sick. So to experience such a wonderful attraction with ...
... is different. You have to know which zones you are going to and then buy a ticket for those zones. ARGH! I finished this whole post and it must not have saved. BOOO!! Oh well..I'll finish. I think I got some wrong advice about the trains because I thought it was going to cost me more that parking and gas to get to Versailles so I climbed stairs back to my car and just drove. The drive was just fine, parking was a breeze ...
... the map, you can then click on things to do nearby and the map gets filled with orange dots. When you run your cursor over the orange dots it expands and tells you which attraction it represents and how popular it is, which gives you some idea as to whether it is worth visiting.
On Wednesday I planned to visit the Carnavalet Museum which had good reviews and came in at #58 of ...
... than it looks as you start exploring. I checked into my hotel - The Ibis budget hotel - comfortable bed, clean and tidy room and again that small shower, although with a curtain on it, it felt much bigger this time! LOL!! Dropped my bag and went out wandering around the city. It was nice and close to the station...the trains were actually running right outside my room but it just felt like I was at home and with double glazed windows you just don't hear ...
... the line to security and then to the start of the Palace/State rooms. It was very busy walking through - we had an audio device each which explained different paintings and rooms and objects. We had hoped to be outside and see the fountain show that started at 11am for 1 hr, but once you start in the rooms there is no way out other than going to the end and doing this quickly was not possible with the number of people. We decided that we would just have to make sure we ...