Mercure Versailles Chateau
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Our first full day in France began at the Palace of Versailles. We had a quick bite at a McCafe since not much was open early in Paris which we expected. Then we made it over to the palace. This place is so much bigger than we expected. We had over 20,000 before 1 pm. We went through a guided tour through the palace, caught the end of a fountain show and walked through some of the gardens. The day started off cool, but ...
... br> We were meant to have our dinner at the Eiffel Tower, but on the way in the bus they received word that an evacuation was in process due to some sort of screen they were trying to erect falling. You can imagine what everyone thought of that! The one night we were on our way there. Anyway we ended up having our dinner on a river boat moored on the Seine. Unfortunately due to the ...
After our morning in Giverny we had lunch at a beautiful country cottage. It was wonderful French cuisine in a beautiful setting. We then re boarded our bus and went to Versailles to see the Palace and gardens. The palace was very busy but our group has a reservation so we went right in without waiting.
The palace ...
... and stumbled upon a big building that wasn't even on the guide map. Tammy and I looked around quizzically when, as if from no where, two young ladies who appeared equally lost and possessing the ability to speak English popped out of the woods. They asked if we knew the way out and we asked if they knew where Marie's house was located. We exchanged directions and we each headed in the direction that the other had come from. About 10 minutes later we arrived in a clearing ...
... and give them tips. For some reason I also feel kind of an instant bond with anyone who goes to BYU. There's just a culture there that you can connect easily with. So it was random and fun! The Arc was amazing too! There have been a lot of spiral staircases on this trip. But the view is always worth the effort! Speaking of stairs, the Eiffel Tower was next! Wow. There really is no way to describe being up that high and seeing the city all lit up around you. I felt like ...