Ibis Chateau de Versailles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... de Versailles and we make our exit and start walking the streets of the town of Versailles, sopping for coffee and a brownie , at a cute little cafe, along the way. Eventually we find ourselves back at the train station catching the line back to the city centre. With daylight still left upon arriving in Paris we decide to do a little more sightseeing and check out the Magdeline Theatre and the impressive Opera house. At around 5:00 we hop on the nearest Metro and make our ...
... are 6!! So we have now added $50 or so to our car rental to get to Normandy and back. Good news I FOUND A GUIDE!!!! I am nervous but I just had to bite the bullet and do it. 380 Euros. I hope she is good.
We arrive in Bayoux after dark. We are lost. Our host speaks no English- I not enough French. Finally she “comes out” meaning drives out to get us. No wonder we are lost. She is in the French countryside ...
... Marie Antoinette!!
Day 2 was dedicated to the grand and petite Trianons, gardens and grounds and Marie Antoinette’s ultimate folly, the English Village which had turned out to be a big headache for all the successive custodians of Versailles. Somewhat surprisingly they have all restored, rebuilt and maintained it over the centuries.
The overall legacy left for the tourist is substantial all the ...
... it's like a cattle shoot from one room to the next with barricades on both sides and multiple personnel monitoring your every move. The hallways are at least 8' wide and there are no art displays or anything else that could possibly be run into with the stroller. We make it as far as the Hercules Room before Maclaren had enough of the palace and people...2.5 year old temper tantrum commences and requires immediate evacuation to the outside. The Gardens is ...
... stop for the day was the Eiffel tower. We decided to have dinner first, so we could catch the sunset from the top, and get some night photos. This made for a late night, since the sun doesn't set until around 9:45 pm! At the end of the day, we realised we wouldn't have enough time to see all of Paris' famous attractions. So we faced a dilemma - the Louvre or Disneyland? Naturally, we picked the more visited of the two ...