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... and picnic by the canal in the gardens!! So what does one buy for a picnic in France?? It really comes down to 4 key ingredients - baguette, charcuterie (cold meats), fromage (cheese) and wine!! So we bought our supplies, tucked them safely into our baskets on our bikes, and rode into the gardens at Versailles. Within the gardens our first stop was to look through the garden parklands that Louis XVI had made for Marie Antoinette. They were meant to be like ...
... and firmly replied in a very authoritative voice with my hand outreached and said “Non”!! Well I guess that was enough to make them back off and they stayed away from us. I am now waiting to see the famous lost ring trick that they pull and will probably see that around the Louvre and other high profile tourist areas.
We decided to stop for some lunch as it was close to 1400 and was time to rest our weary bones for a while. There were numerous cafés and ...
... screamed, "you dance here." Turns out, it there was literally a wooden dance floor about 1 foot away from a restaurant in the food court, with alot of people (surprise surprise, mostly over the age of 40) with western cowboy hats and boots. That was interesting.
It was very fun, but I could only stay for about 45 minutes because even though there were supposedly professional dancers there, they didn't really spend any time trying to teach anyone how to ...
... There were several greenhouses and I overheard someone saying that late in life, Monet was attracted to orchids and built the greenhouses to grow those! We walked under the road, through a tunnel and over to the pond garden. There were two bridges with arbors and lilacs cascading from them! The lily pad pond was gorgeous, larger than I expected and the willows hanging down over the pond with all the flowers and plants -- to die for! What a beautiful layout! ...
... Rouge District of Paris also known as the Montmartre District.
The tour covered the Moulin Rouge, some history of Vincent Van Gogh, the story of Picasso drawing pictures on napkins so he didn't have to pay for his meals when he was first starting out and so much more.
But all in all, Paris is AMAZING and I now understand the reasons why people say you have to go to Paris because it's Paris.