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... But wait there's more.... A boat ride, a row boat actually with Versailles as our back drop. The most AMAZING thing ever happened as we got into our boat. Below the seat was a sign, it said RIO!!!!!! I couldn't believe my eyes. The cute little French boat attendant must have thought I was crazy with all the excitement that filled me. Rio was an amazing captain of our ship! I still couldn't quite grasp where we were and what I was feeling. I took ...
... course is always good. The palace was built by King Louis XIV in the early 1700s. At its height, it consisted of 2,000 rooms; today, there are only 1,200 rooms - what a pity. The structure took forty nine years to complete. We had a great guide, Nick, who looked more like a street hood than a guide. Not only was he informative, he was funny. Upon arriving at the palace, we were led to a side door; the line for the soon to be open gate ...
... causing the glow at the front of the line. When we moved closer in line we realized that the glow was coming off the gilded front gates glimmering in the morning sun! It was so bright that even our pictures came out hazy from the shimmering gold.
The extraordinary furnishings at Versailles didn't stop there. Every room was adorned in gold, marble, crystal, and tapestries of the highest quality and rarity. We toured the Palace and walked from room after room of ...
... And rapped they were. With no part in the negotiations, and forced to accept very harsh, punitive terms, the grandiose and ceremonial signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919 might have looked impressive, but it left the recently great Germany nursing its wounds and wanting only one thing: to smash the Treaty of Versailles. Instead of dampening down German Nationalism, Versailles served to ignite it further and let it burn in a crucible of bitterness, resentment and ...
... outdoor seating, bought an Americano and say outside and enjoyed my pastry. Then I even dug into the baguette a bit. I like this whole sitting around and relaxing thing. Usually I like to move move move but Paris relaxed me a bit. After that I rose my bike around some more. I think I explored about half of all the Paris arrondissements on that bike. It was so much fun and definitely good exercise. Then I realized I still hadn't the cheesy hotdog in a baguette thing so I stopped ...
Other places to stay in Versailles
1 Boulevard de la Reine, Versailles | 5 star hotelfrom $229
- Nice hotel but not 5 star
- Pavillion is not worth the 400 or so per night
2 Bis Avenue de Paris, Versailles | 3 star hotelfrom $172
Versailles, Versailles | Hotelfrom $98
Versailles, Versailles | 2 star hotelfrom $105
23 Rue de la Division Leclerc, Versailles | 4 star hotelfrom $136
Versailles, Versailles | 3 star hotelfrom $143
Versailles, Versailles | Hotelfrom $119
Versailles, Versailles | 2 star hotelfrom $119
Versailles, Versailles | 2 star hotelfrom $89
Versailles, Versailles | Hotelfrom $79
Versailles, Versailles | 3 star hotelfrom $169
Versailles, Versailles | Hotelfrom $107
Versailles, Versailles | Hotelfrom $129
Versailles, Versailles | Hotelfrom $106
Versailles, Versailles | Hotelfrom $120