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... of Luis XIV the public was always welcome to come in and enjoy, as long as they dressed the part. It was about celebrating man (not god) and the success of France. I think the inside was extra overwhelmingly crowded due to the fact that all of france was on break and because the gardens were very lack luster due to the time of year. The garden was dead, fountains were off, and statues covered. We still managed to enjoy the restaurant on the lake and the ...
... like garlic pesto and were tough and chewy. Our waiters English wasn't the best but he did alright, he also did a few magic tricks.. On a piece of paper thst was folded in half he asked me to write down a number between 1-5, I wrote down 3, he told me to unfold the peice of paper, it said "why the number 3?" The waiter took a liking to me, called me miss New Zealand and said I have caused him to not sleep for 3 days because of ...
... them yet....
And also.... There has been no group introduction yet as Calvin said he was waiting til after the group joined in Paris... Bit of a mistake I think but I have moved around a lot and caught up with most. Won't take long to know the rest.
2 from the Philipines
About 15 New Zealanders
The rest Aussies
All different ages.... From late 20's to late 60's
Everyone's mixing really well.
Calvin the tour director is Sth ...
We left a little later than we would have liked today. Caught the RER to Versaille, Frank was almost pickpocketed by a group of teenagers.
When we reached the Palace we waited in a queue for about 40 mins, I took the oppurtunity to Skype Mum and Dad, it was well worth the wait though. Each room had an elaborately painted ceiling, paintings over 9 metres long, rugs ...
... the experience! As I was standing in front of one of paintings further along, a woman came by, darted in front of me, and actually ran her hand down the painting to touch the paint. I actually gasped out loud, completely shocked and she just shrugged at me and moved along! And of course, the one painting I came to see, Eugene Delacroix's Liberty Leading the People, was onloan to another museum so I was disappointed. So all in all I would love to visit ...