Created by cjg1 on August 24, 2011
Oppulence and splendor still exist in the gardens, tapestries, art, furnishings, statues and architecture of Versailles. The Monarchy is long gone but not forgotten.
Created by sylvia13 on November 27, 2006
Inspired by our Canal du Midi summer holidays, I accompany my husband to the European Construction Technology Platform meeting in Versailles, France.
Created by weetoon on November 2, 2006
If you are going to Paris, my advice is to forget Disneyland—go to Louisland! Here you can experience what life was like in the days of Louis the XIV, at least for the well-off in society.
Created by Wasatch on February 17, 2006
The Palace at Versailles is one of the world’s greatest buildings. Allow 2 to 3 days to see it all.
Created by PainterDave on February 17, 2004
Don't bother to use the Versailles campground unless you like to camp on the side of a hill, in dirt, and in ridiculously crowded conditions. People will drive in at night and even block your car from being able to exit. Food was reasonable and the restrooms were semi-clean.
Created by Wildcat Dianne on December 18, 2002
Louis XIV's extravagant palace at Versailles was known as "an epitome of extravagance" and should not be missed when you visit France.
Created by McDomFr on January 1, 2002
Versailles, also called the winter sun, is a really facinating city for tourists.
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Created by Tania on November 16, 2000
Get out of the city and visit the palace of Versailles, especially the Hall of Mirrors, but make a point of visiting the smaller palaces including Petit and Grand Trianon. Less lines and people in the fall.
Created by Alexsandria on October 16, 2000
Palace of Versailles