Au Pavillon Bleu
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... furnished, so it was easy to imagine the kings and queens, soldiers and attendants living there, the last of whom were the Bonapartes. There are wall hangings, frescos, paintings, upholstery and artifacts to admire and an amazing degree of paint, plaster and wood embellishments. Every surface seemed decorated in something! As you can see from our pictures we were particularly fascinated by the bedrooms ...
... got the full view from the park where we sat eating strawberries, blueberries, cheese, prosciutto and baguettes. It was a fun, very French afternoon. On our way back to the station we saw the classic "which cup has the ball under it" game being played. We watched from the side knowing full well that half of the choices were wrong before the cup was flipped. Eventually Eammon gave in, handing the minimum of €50 to a man who was surrounded by a crowd that looked strangely ...
... from 1630 to 1651, is a prime example of French baroque architecture and a reference point in the history of French architecture. The château is located in Maisons-Laffitte, a northwestern suburb of Paris, in the department of Yvelines, Île-de-France.
The family of Longueil, long associated with the Parlement de ...
With a busy day of sightseeing planned, we kicked things off early and covered a good bit of Paris. We started Day 11 at the Musee d'Orsay (the Orsay Museum) and had another great experience. For a few reasons, Orsay might have been my favorite museum during our entire trip. For one thing, I really appreciate French Impressionist painting. The colors are beautiful and I find the natural, "every day" aspect of the work to be both interesting and relaxing. Monica and I have been ...
... waive the change fee, using the excuse that we have a pretty short connection time in Chicago. They waived it! Needless to say, we are happy about this unexpected change in our flight home. I am happily drinking a cup of hot tea and getting our bags just right. We get one free checked bag, and although we hardly ever check bags, I will have to this time because of the rolling pin (could be used as a weapon).
Bonsoir for now on this beautiful evening in ...