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Food was very good Caesar and two other salads were excellent. Onion soup was great. Pasta was so-so. French fries done well. Overall food was excellent.
Waiter was somewhat argumentative about just about everything. Not sure if maybe he wanted to portray that image.
Queuing in the hot sun with no regard for paying customers. Finally you reach the window of the ticket seller to be gestured and grunted at sourly. Have your money ready, tell him the number of tickets you want, the vending machine to the left...More
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Two friends, my husband and I were visiting Versailles. We decided to purchase tickets to a “Le Parc du Chateau de Versailles en Petit Train”.
Our friends purchased tickets fist and got on the bus. My husband had an ankle...More
We bought timed tickets online for the Palace, so we did manage to get in there fast and skip the huge queue. However, this left us with two exhausted and hungry children before we'd even looked at the gardens.
The Little Train was perfect. We...More
We've been to Versailles often enough, but hardly ventured beyond the parterre. The train gave us the chance to head for the Trianons - but we would have needed much more time than we had if we were to do more than pass the entrances....More
Yes, this little tram is a bumpy ride with almost no commentary (any?) but without it I don't think I would have been able to see all the outlying buildings at the Trianon which I thoroughly enjoyed. The crowds at these other buildings are non...More
For those who do not want to walk, you may wish to take a "train" ride around the Versailles Chateau Park. This is not a guided trip but rather just a convenience. I was concerned however that there seemed to be a lot of people...More
The train takes you around the huge palace grounds stopping at the Palace, Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon and the Grand Canal and provides a guided tour of the palace grounds.
The train operates on a hop-on hop-off concept where you can get off at any...More
The last time I visited Versailles -- 30 years ago -- I had to queue so long to see the inside of the Palace, and it was so hot, that it did not even occur to me to check out the grounds.
On this occasion,...More