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... outside greatly. I can see why the French people were upset that they starved while the palace had silk lining their walls during different times of the year. If you have seen Sofia Coppola's 'Marie Antoinette' with Kirsten Dunst, yes the story is far-fetched in many areas, that was the point, but the set designers were spot on with their decor. FUN FACT: There was terrible water pressure at the palace so when the king wanted to go for a walk in the gardens, a guy had to ...
... attraction. Around the other side is beautiful scenery of parks and manicured trees.looking down toward the Ecole Militare. Went past the Hotel des Invalides, built in 1670 by Louis X1V to provide housing for 4000 disabled war veterans, it now a museum full of scale models of towns, fortresses and chateaux across France. We continue past Auguste Rodin sculpture of the thinker (Le Penseur) 1902 residing in another manicured ...
... and our apartment is to die for. We couldn't believe how gorgeous it was.we relished in unpacking into such a large well appointed place. We took lots of photos to show others. We explored the town a little and had dinner around the corner in the main street at one of the recommended restaurants in our information package. Restaurant Le Dolder couldn't fit us outside which Tony was grumbling about and wanted to go elsewhere but in the end after some more wandering he agreed ...
... get Maria around noon and staight off onto the road.
A small fueling break in Kortrijk, not far from the French boarder. A few sandwiches, a coffee and onto the road again.
We arrived in Paris just in time for the rush hour, a few accidents and 26c assured a warm welcome , but we got to the hotel after a while with still a good humor.
A small business type of hotel, bags into the room, a shower and then down to eat dinner.
Then after a while we fell ...
... we spent more time walking around the city with the intention of eventually picnicking at the beautiful Jardin du Luxembourg. Starting at the Tuileries, we made our way through the first arrondissement, past the designer boutiques, and back to the Seine along a street lined with antique art, music and books. Our picnic involved hours of people watching, playing cards, snacking and drinking – a very relaxing time. After a couple of hours we continued ...
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