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This is now a farm, with a huge garden, and small petting animal farm, as well as a gardeners store with local products such as honeys, jellies ,cheeses,etc.
Every year there is a huge egg hunt here for Easter,and the laberinth of the farm becoming humming with little rabbits chasing and some older rabbits directing ::) It is fun for the entire family
the address is at
Route de Bailly ( road D7)
78210 Saint-Cyr l'Ecole
hours for the store are every day from 9h30 to 19h admission is free
There is,also, a picking farm where you can do your own collect of veggies and fruits;only 500 meters from the store on the city limits of Bailly. It is on the same road just walk over past the roundabout on the road.
it is open from mid april to november every day from 10h - 18h
There are laberinths to participate allyear around for 6 euros adults, and on down for kiddies. There are two of corn and one of flowers,and a children playground.
There is a nice Café inside the store, Café de Gally mixing tradition and modernity with a cozy ambiance. The products are local and from the farm as well as the pastries are all done on site. It is open every day from 10h to 18h.
However, what most visitors don't know is that the ferme de Gally was a prieury annexed to the abbeya of Sainte-Geneviève of Paris (the city of Paris patron sainte). The oldest written story dates back to a bull of Pape Alexandre III of 1163!!!.
In the period of 1663 to 1675, king Louis XIV, while living at the château de Versailles, took in these land known as Trianon(yes) and Musseloue, that were annexed to the abbeya of Sainte-Geneviève. The farm or ferme de Gally got in into the royal domaine as the same time as the King wanted to renovated and enlarged the areasof the park. The lands of the ferme de Gally became property of the king in 1684, while the abbey Evrard de Sainte-Geneviève sells his remaining lots.
On February 25 , 1806, Napoléon Ier buys the domaine de Gally, after creating the conservatory of the royal domains . Therefore the ferme de Gally saw a new renovation as a agriculture domain. Especially as the royal hunting ways stop to bother the agriculture use of the lands. The ferme de Gally is a historical monument of France from 1906 as a annex of the Grand Trianon !!!
See it its beautiful in the country at and around Versailles
Written Apr 7, 2013
a magnificent monument to the fallen serving under the gendarmerie or military police corps of France in various wars, at the place de la Loi, heading into the castle at the intersection of the cities of Le Chesnay and Versailles, near me.
whenever there is a historical date of the gendarmerie or military police corps of France in various wars , great celebrations are done here, it is imposing to say the least, and one that needs to be told in remembrance of those brave human beings who gave it all for us to have a better life
city and ministry page n French
There is another more common by the hotel de Ville , a very nice monument indeed created in 1924 to honor the fallen of the city
Updated Nov 19, 2012
When we all visit Paris, we all seem to speak about the sights including Versailles. This is more than the Château, there is a thriving community and it is not Parisian!
They have their own tourism department and an energetic, young staff. Professional and good to speak to.
Written Sep 25, 2011
I guess we all agree on this on; there is nothing more exciting than going travelling - exploring another country, experiencing a different culture, travelling around in new ways, sampling the local cuisine and chatting to the local people for a different perspective on life.
However during our travels we learned that there is one certain thing that you should be aware of and prepared for to make sure that the trip is as easy and enjoyable as possible. We always try to see everything once we're there, but this is not always an act of responsible travelling. We always talk to the locals and we know that they have the information about just the right spots to visit and how to undertake them. It will not only enhance your experiences but also avoid any unnecessary hassles.
For me the travel tips I have written down in this section made the most of mine travel experience and I came home in the same happy, healthy state that I left.
Written Nov 6, 2008
OK, maybe not a local custom per se, but with all the people taking photographs of the first room you see inside the palace (the chapel) this must be some type of custom practiced by the LOCAL tourist.
I thought later on in the day about how many hundreds of thousands of pictures must be taken here each day. And this wasn't even the busy season.
Written Oct 17, 2008
The operation of the fountains is very simple. There are valves distributed along the paths of the water supply and a single individual is dispatched on a schedule to open or close the various valves sunk below ground. The device is similar to the one any plumber uses (or the water company) in front of your home for the same effect. He was "late" and we had to leave before the pressure-flow reached the Dragon and Neptune Fountains hence only dry pictures at those places
Updated Mar 25, 2007
In every room are beautifull pantings.. It is so great to see this ...When you hav time ..and it is a rainday..You can walk here a day!!
Updated Sep 6, 2003
Henry IV.who went hunting inthese lands,and his son ,LousXIII who had a hunting lodge built here,could never have imageined that this was the beginning of one of the most famous momnument in France
Written Sep 6, 2003
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