PULLMAN VERSAILLES CHATEAU
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Versailles
... enough time to do this place justice. We made sure we saw the highlights such as the Mona Lisa and other works by Leonardo, Raphael and Michelangelo. After the Louve, we did a self guided walking tour of some of Paris' highlights. We started at the Notre Dame, along a street of many book shops, over a bridge filled with locks among the many sights. After a step count nearing 40,000 we are definitely feeling our feet ...
... t believe the line of people waiting way down the footpath to get in when we got there. Especially on a Monday night. Our tour had priority tickets so we got straight in. Everyone got half a bottle of champagne per ticket - one bottle per couple!!!! The show was fantastic. Wouldn't have missed that for anything! Bought a program so you can see when we come home. What a day/night!! By ...
... don't do the place justice. After our guided tour of the inside, we were given 40 minutes to explore the gardens. We really didn't see much of the 9000 acres of gardens, but what we did see was awesome.
We got back to Paris and walked to Notre Dame Cathedral since we needed more exercise. The kids did so well ...
... at the Grand Canyon in Vacation. She nodded her head and said "how the hell do we get back now". Thus began the forty minute uphill walk back to the Chateau. We tried to find as much shade to walk in as possible and when we walked into areas of sunlight had the feeling that we would burst into flames like vampires. We made our way back to the train station and forty minutes later we were back at our hotel. Tammy let me grab the first shower. I would like to offer a big ...
... check it out. Predictably the line was even longer, but moved fast. Got past security in the remarkably modern entrance....only to find I then needed to queue for tickets (which at 12€ was quite reasonable).
Now I must confess here that I am know art critic,art expert or lover of art. But man this place is insanely big and impressive. I did not head straight for the portrait of You Know Who, so instead wandered around for ...