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... me since Peles Castle. I think I was in love with it before I came here though. It has always been on my list to see but I did the super touristy things first; the last two times I came to Paris. This time it was the one thing I needed to see-maybe the Angel of Music was calling me. I got there on my third last day but was only able to see the outside. On my second last day I was able to go inside-my goodness it is magnificent!!!!
I have never ...
... that this was how it was in the time of the great artists.
The one thing missing was the smell of bread. I wanted to get some bread from a bakery like in the book, but I was struggling to find anything open. It was 8 am and everything was dead, including any bakeries or bars. (The area was mostly bars). I found it hard to believe that people didn't need ...
... is closed until the day we leave so we went up to the second floor. The positive is the lines are a lot shorter than summer time. Only lined up for 15 mins compared with 2 and a half hours in summer.
There is a big police presence and army patrols all around. Every big shop we went in has its own security guard and you have to open your bag no matter the size. It ...
... a macaron framboise (raspberry) which was rather large and delicious. I am finding that people in shops and restaurants are very nice if you try to speak a little bit of French but then make it clear that you don't know much and continue most of your communication in English where possible. Back at the apartment we had a much needed rest and I did some research on the batobus (hop on hop off boat) that we are planning on catching to the Eiffel ...
... of sheep and goats, some pigs, ducks and a few peacocks. We took a loooong side road to get out into the town of Versailles where we found a bar that seemed untouristy for a beer before we took the train back into Paris. When we arrived back at our apartment we realized that we had broken the key and part of it was still stuck in the lock! Fortunately we could get into the place so we could call the agent for help! After quite a test to Ardeth's French ...