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Instead of visiting Versaille like we usually do - we decided to try something new on this trip & go out of the city to Chateau Fontainbleau. Let me tell 'ya - this place is not easy to get to - you have to find the right train going in the right direction & then catch a city bus to the castle. We managed the train with no problems - but got on a bus that was the right line but going in the wrong direction. Then we got on the right bus in the right direction - only ...
... days which entitled us to go on any train, bus or boat.
We caught a train to Gare de Nore station and then a taxi to the apartment where we were staying. We had to phone the lady so that she could come and let us in. She showed us around the apartment which looked much smaller and more dated than it did from the photos on the internet. There was a bit of a leak that they were still in the process ...
... in the fall for smaller gatherings and hunting, because it was apparently too small to be the main home for people visiting. The ceilings in most of the rooms were the most impressive thing! They painting and artwork was fantastic. After walking all through the a castle, we head for lunch first before we take on going through the gardens. The gardens are huge and you could spend a whole day just walking around and looking through ...
... s oldest brother), Napoleon II (Napoleon's son) and Ferdinand Foch (Marshal of France and Allied Supreme Commander in WWI). The building has a golden dome and the inside, above Napoleon's tomb is a wonderful sight. I couldn't help but think that just the day before in London we had visited the tombs of both Lord Nelson and the Duke of Wellington, both of whom fought and won battles against Napoleon.
We left Les Invalides and headed for the Varenne ...
... we couldn’t speak the same language as each other, because my dad could
speak some Russian and her mum could speak some English.
After our train ride we found Zara and her family at our
meeting point and found a good spot to sit and wait for the light show to
start. It starts at 11pm at night because the sun sets very late in Paris
(about 10:40pm). The light show is beautiful and the castle looks very pretty
with different ...
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