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It was cold and grey this morning – very chilly (and in fact it lasted all day). We walked to the cathedral this morning and were lucky enough to catch it between masses, so we could visit the entire apse (which is blocked off during services). It is an impressively large cathedral, with many side chapels and some modern stained glass. On the outside, it's hard to see (for our untrained eyes, anyway) too much evidence of ...
... of fun. I've decided that I want in, and my mid-life crisis present to myself will be one of these three-wheelers.
Velib': On the first day in our new apartment, we noticed a long rack of identical bicycles parked across from our house. They were all identical and looked sort of custom made. By the evening time, all the bicycles had vanished. Then in the night, all were back and docked/locked onto the parking structure. ...
Today we headed to Versailles. In order to get there we had to switch trains to the RER and get different tickets. As we were stood by the ticket machine this young man approached us with a cup, obviously begging. The scary thing is he looked completely normal. I told Eli and we both held our stuff close by as we stood at the ticket machine. While we were discussing which ticket to buy he pressed the button and was telling us this ...
... slightly rattled! Our trusty GPS then decided that the French highway-system was inefficient and that the back roads crisscrossing the region was the way to go.
Senlis is a smallish town, but packs quite a punch. The Cathedrale Notre Dame de Senlis towers above the town and the buildings surrounding it create the perfect setting.
Our final stop before heading back to ...
Got up early and went to Versailles.
It seemed absolutely packed even though it's now cold and nearly the low season. There were heaps of revolting (not in the peasant way) tour groups - a few cultural differences noted.
The Palace, of course was amazing - so opulent, that all previous places we have visited seem dull in comparison. Perhaps a little too opulent, in my opinion. We were all in no doubt ...