Hotel Kyriad Etampes
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... n Roll Tour 2014. This has been a truly remarkable, once-in-a-lifetime adventure. What have we learned from this journey of our's? The world is really quite homogenous, with quirky local customs thrown in to add spice and to give a feeling of cultural identity to those with whom you share your daily life. Humankind can be just that - kind and loving. It is easy to forget that there is much that is good in this world when you turn on the news to hear of airplanes being shot down ...
What a crazy time it has been. I booked for a taxi, taxifinder.com for Paris. We were confirmed for pick up last night. Our driver Mathieu was very pleasant and took us around the city on the ring road. He said it would be 30 minutes drive and he was bang on. He pointed out some sights along the way and drove us by the Arc d'Triomphe. Where 12 Lanes of traffic converge on to a large traffic circle. Got to St. Lazare Train Station and waited for our Train ...
... It was Louis XIV who built this small palace of stone and pink marble in 1687 to "escape the rigors of court life" and to enjoy the company of his mistriss, Madame de Mintenon. The Grand Canal that runs directly in front of the palace is huge beyond belief and was the site for Louis's many boating parties. He sounds like an amazing guy.
When it was time for home - the fact that we had purchased the wrong tickets (my fault I ...
... of all different types and colors. Then we heard some water near by and to our left we saw a fountain show which was like a mini-version of the Bellagio. We spent some time listening to the music and watching the fountain. After the show, we left the gardens, took a few pictures of the palace, had to look through the gift shop and headed toward a grocery store. We were planning on picking up some food for tomorrow which will be spent mostly on a train ...
... at the Hotel de la Paix. ( hotel of peace basically ). It's seriously the cuteness and quaint hotel. It's also tiny, which for me its what I except in Europe. The elevator shaft has room for two people or one person with a big piece of luggage. It's an old school elevator, the one with a door you open and close yourself - which I think is pretty sweet. My parents and I are staying in a junior sweet which honestly isn't a suite at all, in America, you would ...