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Versailles

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We are planning on staying two nights at the Versailles Waldorf (points to burn). I've read the Versailles reviews, but I'm not sure I understand how it works.

One reviewer briefly mentioned a side gate near the hotel. Is this correct, and if so, how do we use that gate?

Is any part of Versailles free, the gardens, for example?

We will get there late afternoon, visit the palace the next day. I'd like to see as much as possible, but also take a relaxed pace. Is it advisable to stop and relax during the day? Is anything open in the evening?

Any and all advice is appreciated. Thank you for helping a novice.

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