La Villa Maillot
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Wew, ol' Trish stayed up way too late last night, after 2am & that is not like me. Could be the tasty Rose' from Provence was to blame, while feeling giddy with being in Paris. Then around 7am there was construction right outside my window, thought it was my head pounding at first! Found my eye shades & ear plugs & I was good for a few more hours. I had this horrible dream that someone was in the apartment & I couldn't open my eyes to see them or ...
Versailles, all day.
We slept until 8:30am but had a leisurely morning, answering last night's emails. We left the flat around 10:30am and walked to Saint Michel Metro station, where we caught the train to Versailles. It was not terribly crowded at the chateau – no line at all for entry. We got our audio guide and began the tour.
The ground floor of the extension is now a museum, describing the history of the chateau. It’s very well ...
... And what a captivating image it was. Yowza. So that was my evening in a single picture and +/- 1,000 words. Oh, for what it's worth, I also took a picture with Franco. He and I were unable to communicate in French but he was enchanted when he learned I spoke a little Italian. We are now besties for life. For life! I also learned that the hunky fairy food father was in fact a valet. Which also explains why he was walking a motorcylce on the sidewalk. ...
... of Paris steps to climb and the view from the top was amazing! (Again, no queue with our Paris pass.) In anticipation of shopping the girls ran up and down pretty quickly, only to have their agenda dashed by Paul who insisted that we needed to go to the Trocadero for the final "best photo opportunity" of the Eiffel Tower! It was pretty hot when we arrived there, so having "looked" and photographed, we grabbed a quick lunch and picnicked in the park one last ...
Wow what a day, we set off this morning to Notre Dame. It was beautiful and one of the few things you can still see for free. It was impressive from the outside but magnificent inside. We did not climb up the tower though. Molly lit a candle inside and even allowed me to take a photo of her. We then grabbed the hop on hop off bus - similar to the one we did in London, again is was open air on the top giving ...