Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre
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... huge? We keep moving promising dessert if we make it. And we did! No one was on that side of the gallery. It was really special and felt like we had his whole apartments to ourselves. The crowds came mere moments after but for those few minutes I could almost imagine what it might have been like to wander the rooms so many, many years ago.
And we are done! Off to buy some pomme frites and a lemon tart ...
... of broke down. During the wait, and after sitting stil for so long, I decided some stretching was probably on order - my trousers on the other hand decided that some tearing was the way to go at 7am in the morning, and promptly split. Paris is cold enough in December - me giving the chill air another way in didn't help. Particularly given the location of the extra ventilation! On the bright side, my torn trousers represent one less thing to carry back to ...
... have been nice to go inside but we hear it's much like the Napoleon rooms in the Louvre (which we already saw) - in fact they are actually meant to be better so it wasn't too bad missing out on that circus.
Inside the gates, it's pretty overwhelming. We weren't there on a day when the garden’s many many fountains were going so it wasn’t too busy but there still seemed like there were people everywhere. Apparently as per Jason's ...
A hearty buffet breakfast then down to the Metro station only to find it and the next 3 stations were closed for track maintenance, with buses replacing the trains. Redirected to the bus stop but no buses there so decided to walk about 1km up to the RER station to catch train to Versaille, arriving there about 10am.
Big queues and unfortunately this was one of the few museums not giving priority entry so spent 90min shuffling along the lines ...
... destination FrontierLand. We picked what we thought was a fairly low grade train roller coaster and the line was not too bad yet and got on in about 30 mins. The first ride photo attached is Jesse just as it was about to pull out of the station. Straight after that we turn a corner and shoot down a hole into the the dark into the noisiest echo you could imagine. Jesse was freaking out as his to pet hates are nosiy trains and the dark and he got both. Oli was loving it ...