Ibis Chateau de Versailles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... comes with sugar. The good ones, with chocolate and bananas or caramel are like 8 euros. Since I had chocolate for breakfast, I assumed that a chocolate crÍpe was probably not the best thing for lunch too.
There was a rugby match that he needed to watch, so I went to Versailles to meet up with Amanda. We went to the chateau and took a few pictures. We got there when it was closing, or so we think. There were so many selfie sticks, I ...
... we are lining up for the train somehow Paul and I get involved in a talk about war. He proceeds to tell me that Australia didn't get involved in the world war-I think we were talking about our grandfathers. He didn't mean anything by it, he just had no knowledge of what we did. This horrified me! So many people have no idea what countries were involved but I seem to know that stuff. What sort of ignorance exists in the world? I enlightened him and ...
... see some officials standing around an unattended backpack looking very concerned. I think they are worried that it might be a bomb. I think this is why the queue doesn't move. After a while they start to look more relaxed. When I see this I start to feel more relaxed too. The queue moves and I catch the lift up to the top. It looks like you can see half the world from up here. I think I can see the curvature of the earth.
After about an hour I come down ...
... you this area is tucked into a back area of the gardens. What you fail to realize is how far this is until you actually grasp the scope of the piece of land you're standing on. The grounds cover 2014 acres (over 3 square miles) and I think we walked every single one of them looking for her cottage. We began our trek by the fountain at the rear of the palace and headed down towards the Grand Canal. After walking for almost twenty minutes we reached the start of the Canal where ...
... who could be our age. After working in restaurants together for 10 years they decided to open their own. It was incredible, unique delicious and yes everything was made from scratch.
Dinner conversation turns a bit sour- probably because we are so tired. I make some notes to take to Janice and therapy when we get home. But we head home and to bed because we meet our guide tomorrow at 9 am sharp. I am excited. I hope Daniel is ...