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70 avenue de France, Paris, 75013, France
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one full day @ Versailles

by virgovirgo

Versailles:

Want to spend one full day @ Versailles.
Staying @ Hotel Claridge champs elysees, how to travel to Versailles early in the morning to reach there soon?
How much does it cost to travel?
How early should we start from our hotel?
How much time does it take to reach there?
what is the entrance fee for Versailles?
Will any pass work there for enterance?
What is a must watch on Versailles?
Not much interested in museums but will see if it is very interesting........
How to travel back to hotel again?

Re: one full day @ Versailles

by hawkhead

You can find a lot of this information out for yourself by googling for the Versailles website. It seems a shame to travel out to Versailles if you are not much interested in museums. Mind you, Versailles, as you should know, is not a museum. Why not have a look at it on the web and then see if it might remotely interest you. The Hall of Mirrors is worth seeing, imho but then, so is the whole of the site.

The paris metro system website has a very good travel planner which you can use to plot your route. You will return to your hotel by the same route you took to get there but in reverse.

Re: one full day @ Versailles

by qrpw

From your hotel, you can walk (5-10 minutes) to Pont de l'Alma RER station and take the train to Versailles Rive Gauche station, 45 minutes on the outskirts of Paris. Then it's a 5 minute walk to the Palace. I can't remember how much it cost but it wasn't much, not more than 10 Euro for a return ticket.

Versailles entrance fee, including the two Trianon, is 20 Euro for an adult (unless it has grown from the last time I was there).

I think everything in Versailles is wonderful, especially the Grand Hall of Mirrors, and take a walk in the gardens, it's lovely when the fountains are all on. Or hire a boat and go paddling on the lake. I think they have horses too if you have kids.

Re: one full day @ Versailles

by goodfish

I'll let the experts fill in the details here but you can find lots of great information on the palace website:

http://en.chateauversailles.fr/homepage

Don't go on a Monday - the palace is closed. Ticket prices vary depending on what's going on - days where the fountains are on cost more than days where they are not. Anyway, take a look at the website for event schedules, ticket prices, etc.

Travel Tips for Paris

All the wonderful must-sees in Paris

by csordila

If you consider, how many sightseeing you should visit, then there is no wonder, tourism is the city's biggest industry, with more than 25 million visitors annually.
To the north is Montmartre and the church of Sacré Coeur contrasted with the exotic area of Pigalle red light district.
To the south is Montparnasse, home to many artistic movements of the last couple of centuries.
To the west is the Bois de Boulogne offering romantic views of waterfalls, majestic trees, an open-air Shakespeare theater and zoo.
To the east, the Bois de Vincennes - Paris' Lungs
In the very center are all the wonderful must-sees: the Louvre and D'Orsay museums; the Eiffel Tower; Notre Dame Cathedral; Place des Vosges; Place Vendôme; Place de la Concorde; the view up the Champs-Elysées to the Arc de Triomphe; the Jardin des Tuileries, the Jardin du Luxembourg.

When you have to go...

by Herkbert

While most places you visit in Paris will have toilet facilities available, there may be times when you just can't wait. For those times, there are Toilettes located around the city. Be sure to have some small change available.

A crazy holiday

by sabsi

One of the most chaotic - but therefore also most memorable - trip was the trip to Paris for New Year 1992/1993. Our car broke down at least a hundred times so we had to find someone to pull it until the engine started. The French drivers prefered to push us though. Actually on our way there 30 mts after we left home on the radio there was the song 'You'll never going to get to France' by Mike Oldfield. I guess it was a sign that we ignored ;-) But this wasn't the only disaster that happened to us on that holiday. Read the travelogue to find out the whole truth....

Les Brasseries

by draguza

A brasserie is a café that serves meals, generally single dishes, in a more relaxed setting than a restaurant. In Paris it is very common to sit outside in the summer at one of the many "Brasserie", where you can order a small "pate" or "Quiche Loraine"

Genealogy

by GUYON

If you search your family roots in Paris you can go to the Paris Archives 18 Bd Serrurier (Metro : Porte des Lilas) 331.53.72.41.23, fax : 331.53.72.41.34.
Mon 1:30 - 5:20 PM; Tu - Fr 9:30 AM - 5:20 PM. (entrance on the photograph)
Ancient vital statistics restored after the Big Fire of May 1871, lot of files (i.e. : marriages during the Revolution), tax registration.
See also the Archives Nationales (see my travelogue 'Pl des Vosges) 11 rue des 4 Fils (métro : Rambuteau) : the lawyers archives. It is the main genealogical ressource for 16 and 17° centuries.

The number of communications are limited at the same time and per day. The staff do not speak English and has no time 'to spoil' with visitors. You have to do the search by yourself.

But it is totally free.

See on the travelogue of my Annapolis page, the story of the ancestor who was a follower of John Paul Jones, the first commander of the US Navy.

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