Relais de Courlande
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... explore the park further. We visited the Grand Trianon, which was built in 1687 and is a small Palace built of pink marble. Napoleon Bonapart chose to live in this smaller Palace when he was leader of the French. The Petit Trianon was Marie-Antoinette’s 'country cottage.’ It was built between 1762 and 1768 for Louis XV and Madame De Pompadour and later given to Marie-Antoinette by Louis XVI and she used it as her private retreat. Behind the Petit Trianon was ...
... of a huge crucifix, it took them 11 years to dig it out of the marsh land. It looks spectacular. This is where we chose a picnic spot and setup camp. Our guide opened the wine and we sat in the shade watching tourists row boats about the huge lake. We finished the bike tour and entered the palace, it was spectacular, and very ornately decorated. All the ceilings were painted, ...
... was 3 hours long, and it was suggested to us that we go directly to the gardens which consist of many unique areas with pathways, fountains and sculptures. We explored for awhile on foot, and then we rented bicycles to explore further. This ended up being our favorite part of Versailles because we were able to see how immense the grounds actually are. FYI, we didn't even make it halfway around the Grand Canal ...
... since we were up on the 3rd floor. NOPE! Amazingly the walls part, the floor opens, and elevators appear out of no where, and in less than 30 steps we are back at the main entrance...crazy...coming in, there wasn't an elevator to be found or a person to help us, but when it's closing time there are 40 employees and hidden elevators everywhere. We're ******, we spent 24E for tickets for 37 minutes in the Louvre (although we did get photos in front of 2 of ...
... I may just have to try them before the trip is out. While I'm about halfway through the line at 10:45 I notice the home button on my phone is no longer working. Well that's just great. I'm in a foreign country and the most important button to operate my phone/navigation is broken. I remember some friends had a transparent dot on their phones they used to control most of the functions. I used Siri (for the first time ever) to google search how to turn it on. Then because my phone ...