Kyriad Versailles St-Cyr
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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From the Gare de Lyon, we took a 45 minute train ride south west of the city of Fountainbleau- Avon, then a 10 minute bus into the old town and the Château. Construction and decoration of this huge set of buildings began in the 12th century and was added to over the years until the time of the Napoleans. The descriptions tell you who added what and the guide gives you a timeline of the Kings involved. ...
... flood our cell as the shower curtain wasn't up to the job. I did my best to mop up and we got out of there a bit sharpish just in case there were complaints from the first floor guests about water coming through the ceiling. We hot footed it across the road and jumped on the 6.17 am train to Paris. The only thing we had to worry about now was if we could blag it to Paris without paying the fare. Despite the fact we'd paid for the other train we ...
... was set alight at the end of the war by Hitlers right hand man in an attempt to buy some time till the allies could get to Paris and he could surrender. also in the gardens of the Louvre we found that when the Egyptian obelisk is the sight where the guilitine that killed so many French during the Bastille days until they decided to change this area to parklands because of the smell of dried up blood. After stopping at the man made lake on ...
... I cranked up the zoom on our camera, tried to hold it over the crowd and take a picture that suggests we were closer than we actually were. There are so many beautiful works of art in the Louvre and we were fortunate to see several of them - both sculptures and paintings. Overall, our time at the Louvre was pretty amazing and something we'll always remember. After finishing at the Louvre, we went for a brief stroll on the right bank (north of the river) to enjoy ...
... we thought it would be fitting to grab some waffles before we caught our train to Paris. At 1€ a piece, we stuffed our bellies full with two waffles each and watched the powdered sugar stain our clothes. I was going to leave it there on my clothes but I figured walking around dusted in a mysterious white powdered substance was probably not the smartest thing I could do. My name is Madison and I'm addicted to waffles. A leisurely stroll led us back to our hostel to grab our ...