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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... the Grand Canal of the grounds. This part is open to the public and there are a few people cycling and running around. The grounds are a mere 2000 acres, though it used to be 20,000 acres. The gardens are immaculate. After a picnic we visit a couple of smaller "petite" palaces including Marie Antoinette's Hamlet. Apparently she wanted to be a farmer so a farming village film set of sorts ...
... era because the weight of the locks is actually causing the panels on the bridge to break so they are being replaced one by one with sheets of plexi-glass. We opted not to take part in the ritual since there were really no places that we could have affixed our lock and also because it seemed to us to be missing something with all of the panels on the bridge covered by plywood to prevent any more locks from going up.
Throughout the tour we had the opportunity to ...
... I had embarked on, although he was very helpful and cute. I just don't like French men. I kept thinking about the movies waiting for me on my widescreen TV viewed from my King size bed, so after the not so spectacular chicken dish I gapped it back upstairs. I managed about 15 minutes of a film before my extreme fatigue took over and I half comered, half slept the rest, of the night away in the most enveloping bed I had been in in months.
I woke up in the morning feeling ...
Hi Everyone-- or anyone who comes here to see what we are up to. WOW what an adventure it it has been! Got time for a long read? Well here we go! today is sunday and it is about 1600 hr , I'm a wee bit disoriented ( hush! W.S. crew, I am not always that way!) First, we got off fromSac nice and easy, into Dallas, browsed around a bit ate at an Irish Pub in the airport, and the food was terrific, and then went to be in place for the next leg of our journey, only to learn that ...
... chapel built by Louis IX between 1242 to 1248 to house the relics of the Passion of Christ. It has some of the most magnificent stained glass windows of any church in Paris, and is one of Scot’s favorite places in Paris.
Our apartment is only a 10 minute walk away, so we walk back to share some wine together before we take our parents to the Moulin Rouge for dinner and a show, and the kids enjoy some time to relax for the evening. Scot has never been to ...