Versailles - Royal city -
Ville royale -
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And, does Ms. Cieldequimper commute into Paris for work or does she stay out in the burbs?
And I've experienced this excellent link first hand! :)
ach ich vermisse Paris sehr. danke für die erinnerungen.
Oh, a French train map! I've seen one of those recently. LOL— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Indeed, the links look quite thorough. They must make it easier than driving a car and waiting in traffic to get around the town, which is what we do in little ole Charleston.
And we can't wait. Which RER line takes us nearest to the palace?
Jack's comment has me attempting to think of Versailles as a suburb. And know I am curious if you take the 5 line into work?
I would be the one looking like a lost soul wondering the city.
Ou comment mettre Versailles au centre du monde! :o)Comme quoi tout est question de point de vue!Bon dimanche!
@ Regina: well... yes, it's a suburb, part of sprawling Greater Paris.
Do you know the statistics of how many use public transportation vs privatel transportation.
Now I'll know how to get there if I ever visit to Paris :D
It's nice to be near the hub, you can get anywhere and it looks well organized. They are attempting to rename our trains but the new names are not taking.
I'm so jealous! We have nothing like this and everything is so spread out that to go anywhere or get anything one has to get in a car and drive!Re your questions:Yes, that frame is made of wood; no, you wouldn't want to pet one of those cats; what? you don't like dogs? Your mind is somewhere south like Tim's; and I think there was one other comment which I'll have to check.Hope you're having a good Sunday!
A suburb... with a grand palace! :)God bless you!Cezar
I am intrigued by your map as I have not seen more than the 170 bus line and the RER C... I need to expand my horizons, oui?Bises,Genie
These maps always remind me of mazes for rats.
une belle peinture murale ;))
Une situation revee pour beaucoup.
We can confirm that! Transportation (when it works) is much better than here!
No shortage of routes there!
It looks so neat and tidy this system Ciel, we drove from Paris to Versailles when we came to see the Palace, oh I wish I was there again!
I love this. I have a friend making me a small necklace with a small map of the Metro stop I love.V
One of the many things I enjoy about visiting European countries: Highly developed mass transit systems. Americans aren't so good at that sort of thing.
One day, I will be back....
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