Hotel Kyriad Etampes
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Today we leave Paris for the last time.. It has been a lovely unexpected visit. When I left Australia on 7th August a trip to France was not on the agenda. I was in the US when I received an email from Charlie to say it was on the agenda. I never imagined just how beautiful a city it is. So many ancient buildings set along the Seine River with hundreds of bridges (all different) crossing the river. Instead of dividing the city, the River Seine connects both sides ...
Well, here I am on the top floor of a double decker train. Coach One. Seat 91.... Single seat by the window. ( Lovely, Amanda... And they checked my tickets!) Up at 6.20 am, after hitting 'snooze' twice. Ran out of toilet paper. Quick trip down to the front desk. All sorted. ( Emily and I spotted an unattended maid's trolley outside our room a few days in. We grabbed... Well, I grabbed. Emily held the room door open for a fast getaway. I grabbed extra ...
... us back at least 30 minutes. By the time we finally arrived at Versailles, the line to get in was crazy! We had pre-purchased our tickets, but it didn't matter because everyone was put into the same queue. Luckily Evan brought his book so he just read for the 90 minutes we had to wait. Brad had plenty of time to make a run to the Starbucks in the town to get us all icy drinks to help soothe the pain of waiting. Finally, we ...
After a late night of watching team USA, there was no way we were catching an 8am train to Versailles as Rick Steves would have advised. Fortunately, he provided a plan for late risers and we followed that one instead. We took our time getting around and caught the 11am train out to Versailles. Being a suburb of Paris, it was a relatively quick trip once you actually get out of the city. We arrived at the train station around 11:45, but while the majority of the crowd headed ...
... full day in Paris with an early Friday flight (9:30 a.m.) from Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and we'll be home by 2:30 p.m. in Vancouver - hopefully with Suzie's empty van to accept the luggage.
We're getting close to a post blog here - thoughts about what we saw - so stay tuned. Deb and I have decided that we're moving from Vancouver to living in Paris - LOL. Just can't wait till we get back home.