Hotel du Parc Saint Charles
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Versailles, all day.
We slept until 8:30am but had a leisurely morning, answering last night's emails. We left the flat around 10:30am and walked to Saint Michel Metro station, where we caught the train to Versailles. It was not terribly crowded at the chateau – no line at all for entry. We got our audio guide and began the tour.
The ground floor of the extension is now a museum, describing the history of the chateau. It’s very well ...
... them make baguettes, which wasn't much in that all we saw was that they put dough through a machine to mold it then put it in the oven. It was very hot in there. It was 75 degrees and sunny outside and inside I am not sure what it was. Then we were brought up to another part of the bakery where they make tarts and such. They showed us around and then we left. I guess we were suppossed to get an explanation on how things are made from the owner, but he wasn't there. ...
... set off to explore Paris on our own away from the expensive options offered to us by Trafalgar. Our first stop was to find a restaurant for dinner, as lunch had been several hours earlier. We wandered down a side street and discovered a nice local café which served authentic French style pizza on a super thin crust comparable to a crêpe or naan bread. It was so yummy. We also enjoyed some drinks and then dessert which were ...
The Lourve was amazing! Tara told us that we had to get there by ourselves on The London Tube. Couldn't sleep all night. Went to The Lourve about 50 times in my sleep. Got there early and the line already had 100 people on it. We made our way in and rushed straight to The Mona Lisa ...
... anyone see once. No real need to see more than that unless you know someone in the show; you want to know someone in the show; you want to be in the show; or you like snakes. Yes, you read that right. I DON'T like snakes one bit..yuck! Well, tomorrow is our last day in Paris before heading on to Brussels, so we have a couple of sights left to visit that were too lined up today. Maybe, if we're lucky, Saturday morning will be quiet...queue wise that is! A ...