Novotel Chateau de Versailles
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... then catch another train back. This took us through some quite slummy areas of Paris, covered in graffiti - it was interesting to see a different side of Paris (though three years ago, I got lost in a suburb just like that, but that's another story). You can always see the worst parts of a city from a train. Decided to spend the afternoon at the Grevin wax museum. I hadn't been there before, so it was an interesting surprise to discover that ...
... else was in the bowl but it was tasty. A glass of fleury Beaujolais with the main and then we asked for a dessert wine. The waiter bought us champagne flutes and I thought this is promising, then proceeded to pour sparkling pear cider! My comment to him was "you are very brave" I think it got lost in translation!!! It was interesting but could only manage a few mouthfuls. It was almost as if they thought we had had enough ...
... area overlooking the view around the church. I didn't love the actual inside of the church because it was very touristy. There was a gift show inside and you have to walk around it in a circle (kind of like being herded around) to see it. It was very beautiful though. We sat on the grass for quite a while before deciding it was probably time to head back to the hotel. We got back to the hotel and got ready to go to the Lock Bridge and Notre Dame. We wanted to see Notre ...
... so many others. The biggest store is Selfridges which was built by an American, takes up an entire block and even for a non shopper is an eye popper. Bobbie showed me one item, a fairly nondescript sweater, $ 850, Bobbie explained it probably was cashmere. And your point is? The weather was perfect and the Brits are all very friendly, a truly interesting day. Bobbie ...
... is closed on the main streets, although the back streets of Montmartre do have character.
It was back on the metro to our side of town and luckily we made it home just before the metro shut down for the night. Fortunately on weekends trains run a little later than during the week or we would have been stranded.
Another very, very late night, but we had a another great day!!
After Paris we will definitely have to slow ...