Kyriad Versailles St-Cyr
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... days we travelled the four corners of the inner city hopping on and off the bus and riverboat getting a good feel for where everything was and what we wanted to do.
Travellers who have been to Paris will know the sights and sounds that contribute to the atmosphere not to mention the traffic!!!
When looking for a toilet stop, not so easy to find, we ended up in a department store, Lafaette, we think, hugely opulent and massive and worthy of a stop in its ...
... was nothing about cheese eating surrender monkeys. After the museum and "lunch" I walked back to my hotel in blazing sunlight. Honestly, they say Melbourne weather is unpredictable. Today started out muggy, then pouring rain, then beautiful heat and now its overcast. Luggage update; I'm starting to loose my **** with these people. I rang the airline this morning to find out what was happening. Only the number they gave me was not for Ethihad ...
... Tower, Stuart keeps telling me to stay close to him as he has no lights. (He has always been the brave one in the relationship before). Ride back thru the back Streets of Paris and home after midnight. Making us a cuppa when Stuart suggest a sleep in. Thank God, cause I would never have suggested that. Last night we went to sleep with Trafglar Square on the corner and tonight we have the Louvre, ...
... and get a crepe. Yummy! I always get plain Nutella in mine. Speaking of food, for dinner, we walked around looking for a good place to eat. We finally found one spot that looked good, but there were so many people smoking and we left. We did find a place right across the street, and we sat outside. It was kind of cold and windy, but we loved the fresh air. I had a cheeseburger ( and yes, Taylor, with cheese ), French fries ( get it? ...
... walked to a main corner to pull out the map so we could attempt to navigate our way there.
A French man asked if this girl could see our map and then offered to take us to the cafe. I walked next to him and we were in constant conversation. He lived in Paris 100 days per year, spent his summers in the South of France on the beach, and traveled to the US for work the rest of the time. He had to have been a millionaire but he was so kind and wanted to tell us ...