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We thought we were out early but arriving at 9am at the Versailles Palace was clearly lazy, however it was only a 30 minute line up. The Palace rooms were generally overcrowded with tours groups and unfortunately the many exhibits were spoilt by the people press. Based on our previous palace visits (eg. Madrid) our assessment of Versailles was luxurious but tired and the good photo opportunities ...
I should be more fluent in French. Spending 11 years in Canada and taking compulsory French would've been plenty. I lost my touch, if I ever had one. Yet I have an ability to learn languages relatively quickly. So much to the chagrin of my daughters I've been trying to at least relearn the basics. Hence the title 'Bonsoir' or good evening. We were supposed to get up by 8 am. Sadly that turned out to be 10 am. By the time we were out the ...
... and gardens in the rear. Then during the French Revolution, all the rich people fled their homes and a lot of these houses were demolished or burned down and the stones were repurposed for other buildings Then after the revolution in the 19th century many different people moved in including Jews from northern Europe. There was a large Jewish population here. During WWII many of the ...
... else again (see photo). It was in this room that the Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919. The tour had flown by (despite being around 90 minutes long) but by then we were ready to get out into the sunshine. The Gardens were equally impressive, covering a vast area, with parterres, groves, statues, pools and fountains. The main areas were full of visitors but other areas were quiet and peaceful. We walked all the way to the Grand Trianon and ...
... a short walk from this hotel. We enjoyed the inexpensive foie gras and the rest of the meal as well. A Japanese family was seated next to us at the table and while they were polite they really wanted things done their way. They refused to share a bread basket with us (the custom at this restaurant) and insisted on having their own, and they wanted a custom arrangement for their dishes, but to us they were very polite. They ordered snails as a first course, which I’ve observed ...
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