Kyriad Versailles St-Cyr
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was blowing. It was very unpleasant so we decided it was best to give it a miss. We shared baguettes at a cafe and caught the RER back to Paris. Walking back to our apartment we stopped at Cafe de Flores (recommended in Trip Advisor) which is close by for tea and two strawberry tarts. Very nice but expensive €6.50 for tea and €9.00 for a tart. Outrageous!! Back in the apartment for a rest and then downstairs for a pizza for ...
... has adopted us. There are I would guess nearly 100 little tourist traps with endless variations of baby Eiffel towers, mugs, aprons and, bien sûr, berets. At the end of the street is Place St. Michel and its glorious fountain, where we catch the Metro, swiping our Navigo Decouverte cards with our unsmiling (they insist on that) embedded photos. We always love seeing what's being advertised in the undergound; they even have our pal ...
... veloute delicately dressed with chives and croutons. Mushroom soup most intense and creamy with crumbled chestnuts, three big oysters creme fraiche and a little smoked herring roe.Laurie is in heaven. This was followed by two scallops set on a bed of creamed celeriac and topped with sauted girolles in rich veal? reduction and sprinkled deep fried parsley. Meg is in heaven. Roast partridge on cabbage with lardons and now we are looking forward to dessert. ...
After our long day yesterday it was time for a tourist day. Started out early (ffs) but again Vincenzo was right and we beat the crowds to Notre Dame and had a lovely tour around inside with Patrick our French tour guide. The outside of it is beautiful and as with all the other churches the inside decorations were amazing. There was also a mass going on inside the middle of the church so it was nice to hear a sermon taking place as well. The attached pics are from the outside ...
... to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which was an increasingly popular vision of a loving and sympathetic Christ.
The Sacré-Cœur Basilica was designed by Paul Abadie. Construction began in 1875 and was finished ...