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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a very interesting art project where they projected words all over the dark room. After that we went to explore Chantilly. Chantilly Castle was owned by the Duke of Aumale who made it into a grand display of his vast collection of paintings, sculptures, and of his wealth. There was not one wall that wasn't covered in paintings or books. Afterward we went to see a horse show in the castles stables which were just as ...
... More, a young woman who grew up in France, then spent 12 years in the states as a French & English teacher. We took the Metro to the Ile de la Cite, an island in the Seine where Paris began. We spent the day touring sites on the left bank.
In Italy we had seen fences and gates that has several padlocks on them engraved with names and dates. It was a trend by lovers to symbolize their love by putting the lock there ...
... taken by how old everything was and how it had been preserved over the years. Our day at Versailles was amazing and a much needed respite from downtown Paris. In the two weeks of vacation, it was the first day we spent any time outside of the city, so we really enjoyed the pace, fresh air and smell of all the flowers. I would love to share more about Versailles, but the pictures will do it all justice in a way I can't. After returning to Paris, we decided to do dinner ...
... which is pretty incredible when you think about it. We traveled in 1st class, so they served us a light lunch and a glass of wine (for the adults). That's the way to travel…!
Upon our arrival at la Gare du Nord in Paris, we walked outside and stood in an incredibly long line to catch a taxi. We were excited to be in Paris and the weather was spectacular, so we didn't mind. I was observing the various makes and models of the ...
... bordered by all old amazing buildings and huge trees, all very clean and grand. At one end is the Arch d'Triomphe and we sat there for quite a while, looking at the passing traffic and Nim writing in her journal. Just as we were about to leave a strange military profession started. A military band began performing and a profession of what looked like veterans and veterans relatives bearing French flags and flowers came up the avenue and under the arch. Eventually we ...