Euro Hotel Sovereign Saint Denis
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... Carl, the guesthouse owner suggested we visit the village La Roche Guyon, on the banks of the River Sein. Definitely one of the most beautiful villages in France in our opinion. We were impressed with Maison La Guyon with historic castle above and buildings dug into the cliffs above. As we walked the banks of the river we saw massive river cruise boats and ...
... only 2 hours, so it wasn't that bad. It was weird though, because in order to get onto the plane, we had to take buses to the plane. Apparently thats a thing around Europe... who knew. Anyways, we flew low, so it was nice to see the scenery, and the Germany airport was beautiful! After switching, we went to our next terminal to Paris! It was nice to have some time before our next flight, so we waited and than off to Paris we were. ...
Instead of visiting Versaille like we usually do - we decided to try something new on this trip & go out of the city to Chateau Fontainbleau. Let me tell 'ya - this place is not easy to get to - you have to find the right train going in the right direction & then catch a city bus to the castle. We managed the train with no problems - but got on a bus that was the right line but going in the wrong direction. Then we got on the right bus in the right direction - only ...
... we did because that is where our taking it easy ended.
The next 4 hours are a bit of a blur as we wizzed through The Palace of Versailles at the speed of light. The bus ride out to the palace took forty minutes and I think I dozed for about 20, once we arrived we were told we only had two hours before we had to be back at the bus.
The Royal Chateau stood before us as we ...
... and status of that age.
After viewing the evening sermon, we sat outside on the huge steps facing the cathedral enjoying the musical bells. We then found a cafe right across the street where I had a croque provencal (way too cheesy), and took in the views of the cathedral from inside.
That evening we decided to take a metro to the Luxembourg palace and gardens (which was closed when we reached it), then just meandered around to the Paris ...