Hotel George Sand
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... on a shorter trip, maybe after doing the next cooking course in Gascony. Thanks to all who sent birthday wishes, yes, that's today! I'm now looking forward to coming home next week. Unfortunately that means a 5.00am wake up tomorrow to make it to the airport on time. At least I'm on an A380 to Singapore, can't wait to see what that's ...
... one piece) we met our guide at Gare Saint Lazzare and was put on the train to Versailles. Visited a lovely market, bought baguettes, pastries, and wine and stowed it in our bike saddle bags. We then followed our guide through the grounds and gardens of Versailles. Started with the (smaller) buildings, Grand Trianon and Petit Triannon and Marie Antoinettes specially built Austrian village because she was homesick. A ...
... my pockets immediately. He keeps walking but turns back a few seconds later to say he is hungry and needs a sandwich for which he needs 70 euros (about $100). I gave him 5 euros...he looked very disappointed. We were suspicious and learned later he spends all day working the area. Wish I had my 5 euros back ...
... room. As you can imagine His house is beautiful and full of colour. Apparently at the time a more austere decorating style for homes was the fashion. His house is full of Japanese sketches and his and his other impressionist artists friends paintings such as Renoir. The dining room was bright yellow. Unfortunately we weren't allowed to take pictures inside the house but I took a picture of the ...
So, all the things that went wrong yesterday need to be corrected today, my last with my pass. Somehow, my shoes are still wet from yesterday so I try using the hair dryer. If you think you're shoes stink at room temperature, try heating them up! I nearly passed out. I out them on anyway, as they cause the fewest blisters, and I'm running out of space for blisters on my feet. I decide to head straight to the Orangerie museum first thing, then I'll get breakfast and get my tour ...