Hotel d'Angleterre

Address: 2 bis rue de Fontenay, Versailles, Île-de-France, 78000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Versailles area of Versailles, is near Versailles Palace (Chateau de Versailles), The Trianons & The Hamlet (Le Hameau), and Jeu de Paume.
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    Travel Blogs from Versailles

    Mastering public transportation

    A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Oct 11, 2015

    2 photos

    ... a horse so that we could go through some vocabulary for the horses. I'm the last person who should help these kids with horse terminology. You have a saddle and then reins and that's all you need to know.

    I left before lunch to go on an adventure. I am so ridiculously good at navigating through the metro stations now. I even felt confident enough to listen to music and not worry about missing my stop. It only took like 5 weeks to get that ...

    The palace of the sun king

    A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Aug 12, 2015

    8 photos

    ... all beautifully decorated and all I can think is how ostentatious it is. There was something magnificent about the Opera house and Peles castle in all their glory but this was too much. Looking at the palace you understand why the French Revolution started. The opulence of the place does not move me. I am untouched; immune to it's charms-the crowds probably help with this. You have to squish between people to move anywhere; you feel like pack of ...

    Versailles and the Eiffel Tower

    A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... up the tower. They have brought in the padlock rule to avoid turning the Eiffel Tower into the Pont Neuf. The railings of Pont Neuf are now completely covered with padlocks. They are worried that if someone threw a key off the Eiffel Tower, which is what you are supposed to do from Pont Neuf, it might do an unsuspecting passer-by some nasty damage. We go through security screening. We see a tray next to the screen full of all the things that have been ...

    Oh My, it's Versailles

    A travel blog entry by 4evr2findu on Aug 06, 2015

    12 photos

    ... to be at the end of the property. It also probably spread an equal distance to the left and right. Having described the magnitude of the property is where the Death March part of our program begins. For you see, Tammy really wanted to see Marie Antoinette's hamlet (the little cottage she had built on the property so she could feel more at ease with her living arrangements than that of being now part of French Aristocracy would allow). Once again the guide books and travel ...

    The End of Paris....The Beginning of Venice

    A travel blog entry by jamie.baum on Jul 25, 2015

    27 photos

    ... I still can't believe that happened. Couldn't stop laughing for a little while just because it's a great story to add to my collection. After that we went inside. There was a service going on so we had a chance to go and sit down while some of the people were worshipping. The songs they sing are impressive! Notre Dame itself blew me away. The ceilings are so high and I don't think I've ever seen more beautiful stained glass widows. It was just absolutely ...