Kyriad Versailles St-Cyr
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... welcome dinner at a local French restaurant on the Champs Elysées and drove around Paris before dinner seeing the Arc de Triomphe, the opera house and other sites of Paris. We also saw the Eiffel Tower in the distance. Dinner was delicious with onion soup, chicken and veggies and ending with creme brûlée. The dessert was so much better than what you get in Melbourne, it melted in your ...
... visit (I just admired it from afar), so this was my highest vantage point today. There isn't really much of a museum there, however, so I was a little disappointed.
I walked through the city some more, stopping at a little park to rest where I witnessed a drug deal and two police officers confronting another suspected dealer. I decided it was time to leave that park.
Next I went to the Musée de Cluny. It is a medieval art museum housed ...
... Monday. Finally got to catch a train from Dupleix (closest station to the apartment) much to Harry's delight. After our wine tutorial yesterday we were able to select a very nice Pinot Noir, one of the best we have ever had. Unfortunately the meals weren't quite up to the same standard. Boys have ice cream/chocolate for dessert while Lonnie and Ash share a cheeseboard (Camambert, Blue and Saint ...
... clientele. The French writer Balzac was partial to it and the restaurant figures in several of his novels. The current restaurant bearing the name, is not located in the same place as the original, so it’s not really historic, just the name is.
The famous French desert the baba au rhum (a spongy pastry soaked in rum) was invented on this street, at the Stohrer bakery, which opened its doors in 1730. It’s one of the oldest bakeries ...
... as we don't have a lot of time in Paris, and the 18km line to get in would've drained a fair amount of it. But the appreciation of just being there was pretty amazing already, so we weren't too worried. The beauty of this area didn't end there though. Just down the road from the Notre Dame stands the Ste-Chapelle, which dated back to the 1200's. Yep this place really is so spectacularly old. When a place like this still has to play second fiddle, you know you're in a ...