PULLMAN VERSAILLES CHATEAU
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... undoubtedly led to the French Revolution, you must explore the palace itself.
The entrance fee to the Palace also includes an audio guide which was very helpful in gaining a better understanding of the history of the Palace and letting us do a tour at our own pace. We spent a good three hours exploring the Palace before we moved out into the gardens where we had our picnic watching the swans and rowboats on the lake.
After lunch we decided to rent ...
After yesterday's late night, we had to wake up early to get started on today's excursions. Another lovely breakfast in the concierge lounge, and then a short taxi ride to the Gare du Nord train station to pick up our BMW 5-Series rental car. The navigation system directed us to Versailles (40 minutes) and we were blown away by the sheer magnitude of the castle and grounds. We were told the line to enter ...
... with "The Slave" (by Michelangelo) and the "Mona Lisa". Much to our dismay though, as we are snapping solo photos in front of the Mona Lisa, 5 or 6 museum agents appear out of the woodwork like cockroaches and start shuffling everyone out of the gallery saying "the museum is closing, it's 9:30". Well the literature says it doesn't close until 9:45 and the people at the front desk told us 10 tonight...ok, well we will just look at the other galleries on the ...
... of the line and it made my day because I got a Go Gators from all of them! Must have been a study abroad group or something. The people in front of me finally breakdown at about 10:30 and go across the street to get McDonalds. They come back and Blasphemy! Mcdonalds fries in Paris are wedges! Not the thin ones famous back home. I have been strong and haven't eaten mcds while in Europe but I couldn't believe their fries are different. They also have a ton of different sandwiches ...
... la Jean Pierre Sancho. I asked the lady in the Tourisme office, and she directed us 2 streets up. We dutifully followed the instructions, and with most folks either snoozing or else hosing down their shopfronts, it felt a little blank. Just as we were losing hope that the instructions were poor, our comprehension was poor, or both, an intersection with butcher and greengrocer was open and moving. 'Allo 'allo, zere must be some 'ope!!! Across the road, boo-ya, a ...