Meyer tours Louve Museum and Garden of Versaille before leaving Paris for London

Garden of Versailles

Stacey Meyer’s final day in Paris was spent visiting the Palace of Versailles. One of the most memorable spots was the garden, which is over 3 square miles.

PHOTO COURTESY OF STACEY MEYER

(Editor’s Note: Stacey Meyer is a 1993 graduate of Postville High School.  She works as a manager with Marriott International.  She currently lives in Santa Barbara, Calif., but is in the process of moving to San Carlos, Calif. in the San Francisco bay area. She is the daughter of Byron and Eileen Meyer. Printed below is the second of a four part series as Meyer shares her experiences while  traveling through Paris and London.)

The following day I headed to the Louvre museum.  One of the others from the training group was able to join me for the day.  After getting into the city and having a light breakfast at one of the cafés, we made our way to the Louvre Museum.  The Louvre is the world’s largest art museum and a historic monument in Paris.  

My final day in Paris was a visit to Palace of Versailles.  The train ride was time consuming as the trip took about 1 1/2 hours due to the distance from where I was staying and switching lines.

The following day was set as a travel day from Paris to London.  The flight was short with a flight time of an hour and 15 minutes.  I really enjoyed Paris, but was also appreciative of being back in a country where English is the primary language.  

Read the full article in the January 31 edition of the Postville Herald.