Relais de Courlande
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... not very happy with the tour company. We quickly jump in a taxi and drive to the other meeting point. There are lots of other people there waiting for us. We get on a train to Versailles. We stop at a station called Issy Val de Seine. We then stop at another station that is just called Issy. Issy says she is very happy that they named two stations after her. We arrive at Versailles station. Our guide leads us to the wrong end of the platform. We need to turn around and walk all ...
... hour conga line through a 720,000 sf hot sweaty palace with a bunch of people who smelled quite remarkably like onions. And yes, I had remembered my deodorant today. I apparently was in the minority. We made our way through the palace and eventually to the back gardens. Did I mention that the grounds here are MASSIVE. If you were in Washington DC and looked from the Capital Building all the way past the reflecting pool to the Lincoln Memorial you would still need to add some ...
... and give them tips. For some reason I also feel kind of an instant bond with anyone who goes to BYU. There's just a culture there that you can connect easily with. So it was random and fun! The Arc was amazing too! There have been a lot of spiral staircases on this trip. But the view is always worth the effort! Speaking of stairs, the Eiffel Tower was next! Wow. There really is no way to describe being up that high and seeing the city all lit up around you. I felt like ...
... was also a very good dancer but he was not terribly tall. He had high heels developed to make himself taller and long silk stockings to show off his very muscular legs. The heels on his shoes were always red. No one else could have red heels on their shoes.Louis lived for 70+ years. He lived so long that his son and grandsons all predeceased him and he was succeeded by his great grandson Louis ...
... way back to our accommodation we decided to stop off at a largish Carrefours nearby to pick up a couple of tart flambee’s for an easy dinner. We’d seen multiple packets there yesterday, so had ear-marked them for today…but…oh no…the shelf was completely clear of them today. Oh ****! But managed to recover and got a different brand instead to try.
Climbing 7 flights of stairs, with ‘bike butt’ after tiring ...