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When visiting Paris think about taking at least a day trip out to Versailles. The Château de Versailles, built by Louis the 16th of France is breathe-taking. There are multiple tours inside that include famous rooms like the Hall of Mirrors. Outside, you can spend hours wandering around the gardens and fountains as well as the Petit Trianon and the little farm. But the chateau is part of the town of Versailles as well which has lots of interesting restaurants and spots not to miss.
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78000 Versailles, France
Versailles is known for its gilded halls, mirrors, chandeliers, endless tapestries etc. But the real eyebrow-raiser is out the back door to the grounds. The pools and greenery go on for so far you literally can't see the end of them. As you wander...
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72 Rue de la Paroisse, 78000 Versailles, France
Tobacco and dogs in restaurants--what could be more Gallic? A few blocks away from the gilded history of the château, this street-corner sign in Versailles caught my eye. "Au chien qui fume" has been around since 1839.
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The Palace of Versailles was the official residence of the Kings of France from 1682 until 1790.