Residence Hotel Les Ducs de Chevreuse
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the other train left. So we waited while janitors cleaned the train we had mistakenly boarded, and then boarded it again! Back in the city, we returned to our hotel, checked in, and then we went to see one last museum on our museum pass--the Orsay. Housed in a former train station, we saw a lot of Renoirs, Manets, Monets, and van Goghs. It had exquisite art, but again the crowds and the heat overwhelmed us. We got out after seeing a lot, and enjoyed the fresh air for ...
... an hour at the tower, and taking in the panoramic views of Paris, and of course another photo or two (probably more like a thousand but who's counting?), we toured the city taking in the sights of The Louvre, Notre Dame, Arc De triumph, Place de Le Concorde and the opera house. We then had free time to explore so Wayne and I tackled the Champs élysées or at least part of it. All was going well as we browsed the shops, suited for both ...
Today we made the drive out of beautiful French wine country into the town of Chevreuse and Rambouillet.. Both of which are beautiful old towns south of Versailles, which is where we will be trekking tomorrow! We had dinner in Rambouillet, but arrived a bit earlier than European time. I was a bit hangry at this point, Riley had managed to eat 6 gluten free sandwiches in the car prior to this ...
... the ring. She insists I keep it. I try to hand it back again. She won't take it! I put it on the wall and walk off to tell David. Now, we are very wary of scammers - our second experience of this. Two minutes later another young girl stops in front of me and picks up a gold ring and tries the same ruse. We watch as she walks past the Musee d.Orsay dropping the ring and picking it up several more times! There are also these ...
... to avoid the crowds around the Mona Lisa and spend most of our time looking at the hundreds of sculptures. We were very impressed by the sheer size and detail in the marble work; the artists even took the time to carve veins in the feet. The apartments of Napoleon III were also interesting, showing a glimpse into the grandeur of the past. I also loved the biggest painting I have ever seen, The Coronation of Napoleon. Sure the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo were great ...