Kyriad Versailles St-Cyr
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It was a late start to the morning, I woke up around 9am, but didn't hear any noise. I finally got my put out of bed at 9:45am and everyone was still asleep. Noémie saw/heard me leave my room and she talked to me for a bit. I asked her why she was still in bed this late. She said that in London, they were getting up at 6am. There's nothing to do at 6am, so I don't understand why someone would get up that early.
We had a late breakfast at ...
I have come to the conclusion that I miss being home because I could sleep in and was never woken up. I had the same experience in La Crosse. Today, was the first day in 6 weeks (yes I've officially been in France for 6 weeks today) that I have slept in and haven't been woken up by the family at 7:30am. I woke up at 9:40am and was so confused because I could see a little bit of sun coming through the shutter thing, ...
... bread (baguette, wheat, and some type of oat), 3 types of sweet cakes (I think there was sweet brioche, this white/chocolate half and half cake, and some other one) regular and chocolate croissants, nutella, jams, butter, fruit, yogurt, cheeses, ham, crepes, happiness. For real, happiness. I've stayed at Ibis hotels twice, and each time, I am so happy to wake up, because I get to eat breakfast. Ok that is all.
The next day we visited Amboise ...
... trip, this was not too bad of a hike. When we made it to the top, the sites of Paris were wonderful as seen from so far away. I really enjoyed looking out all over Paris and just taking it all in (as well as taking pictures of all of it as well!!). After our visit to the "top" of the church we ventured through the more touristy areas of Montmartre. We decided to have lunch at La Maison Rose which was not in the main square but in the area that we had ...
... this meant was that his buildings broke out of the rectilinear form. This can be seen in the world-famous Guggenheim Museum (1997) in Bilbao. He also heads Gehry Technology, the branch of his studio doing research and development of digital technology. Gehry is a true super-star, counts architecture buff Brad Pitt as a friend, and has even designed a line of jewelry at Tiffany’s. See the Le Bon Marche' Vuitton window below for their tribute to ...