Mercure Paris Porte de Versailles Expo
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... again and barely heard him against all the traffic noise and many people who seemed to be all shouting at each other. He said we must take the road to the right of the station and follow the direction of the traffic and that we were only five minutes away by now.
It took fifteen minutes.
Fortunately the young agent was still waiting for us and he let us in and showed us around.
It’s a ground ...
"If I had wings I could fly", as the old song goes. Well, we don't have wings, yet here we are flying, currently somewhere over India, making our way to Bangkok via a very comfortable Qatar Airlines jetliner. We have been in transit for about 20 hours with a few more to go. Quite tired and a bit punchy, like the plane, we are pretty much on autopilot. Passing through time zones without notice, when we arrive, we'll be a ...
... want (well like Lilla did) and if you have room left after eating the filling, eat the bread! Yum, yum, yum - and from €7. We then went to dinner around the corner from the hotel. The waiter was a "little" surly and kept referring to us as "Skippy".
Sunday - Teeva and the girls came to pick us up from the hotel and we went to Versailles! Even though Teeva had booked tickets for 10am, we rocked up just after and had to join a 20-30min queue! ...
... On our first day out on the town we happened to be walking up from the subway when we saw a guy with a sign saying free walking tours. So we decided to take them up on the offer, and at the of it you give them a donation at the end of it.
They give you a good over view of what's around. You don't go into any thing, but they do give you the history about the place, which is really interesting. We walked miles and in the sun. ...
... picnic - a baguette (the best we found), a block of cheese, a bottle of wine and some fresh fruit. We then entered the grounds of Versailles, first riding down a tree-lined lane to a house and village that Louis XVI had built so that his darling Marie Antoinette could escape the hectic pace at the Chateau, then down to the canal built by Louis XIV in the shape of a giant cross, which was nearly a kilometre wide by 1.6 kilometres long. We stopped along the side of the canal ...