With not much time, we chose to see Marie Antoinette's palace, the Grand Trianon and grounds rather than the whole palace.. One walks 25 minutes each way or waits for a trolley to get there from the main entance (extra 7 euros). Grand Trianon was taken up with a fashion exhibit and all rooms were more museum-like than giving a look at life there at the time. Almost no information in fact. We all felt disappointed especially as compared to the chateaux we'd visited in the Loire Valley.
Grounds were beautiful.
Information Centre washrroms were acceptable but the public toilets were atrocious with women lining up in wet floors while "enjoying" view of the men standing at urinals in the mens'!
Ate in the dining room- excellent food and service.
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