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... city at 8:45, to a very quiet scene however once making our way to the palace, it was an entirely different story. The lines were already snaking back and forth with a minimum of nine hundred-foot long bands of people queued. I had done my research ahead of time and discovered that we could take a 1 1/2 hour, private tour (max of 25 people) to the Kings private apartments beginning at 9:30 and then head out into the main palace area afterwards. The private ...
Oh, yeah. Who doesn't love a Happy Hour? The strongest passionfruit gin fizzes in Paris were served at the bar we stopped at last night. Really set the tone for the rest of the night. So much fun being in Paris with friends, whenever we're sitting together eating or drinking we are soooo loud. But as someone told Mary Lou, not as bad as Americans. Thank god for that. Drinks last night capped off a fabulous day. We all did own thing for parts of yesterday - we started off early at ...
This morning we slept late once again, still suffering from the transition to European time. Our first destination was the Luxembourg Gardens, a huge formal gardens outside the Luxembourg Palace which is the home of the French Senate. The gardens were very formal and strikingly beautiful: the aroma of the flowers pervaded everything. After a stroll and taking many pictures, we enjoyed lunch in a café in the gardens ...
... so I'm not really sure what the history is, but I picked up the jist. The mistresses of the kings used to stay at the Chateau, and if you don't mind my jargon, I must say, they were baller people. They were all famed for their beauty, and did things like write encyclopedias about how women were equal to men (a radical thing in the 17th century) or start hospitals for soldiers all the while escaping the wrath of the queen who was apparently "not ...
... at Montmartre (which of course we knew that they would)!. They got a little mushy with us, telling us that we were a great part of their relationship and really appreciated our friendship. And that they really wanted us at there wedding. We were very happy for them and glad we could share this special time with them. We had a wonderful final night in Paris with these two and were very happy that they were able to join us at this memorable ...