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... families. Remy took us via Saint-Germain-en-Laye a charming city with an old castle, the seat of the royal family before Versailles was built. It has gracious public buildings and a grand park leading down toward the Seine from the castle. Then a short tour through the grand suburb of Le Vésinet on a bend of the river before dropping us at the RER railway to join the after work throng. A great ...
... La Durantie adventure. Got to the train in plenty of time and a three hour journey down to Limoges. Picked up our hire cars and on to the chateau in convoy. Fourteen of us in all. Chateau la durantie is about an hours drive south of Limoges in the Dordogne. Arrived at the chateau around 3pm. David and Michael were already there, arriving in from Spain. Great to see them especially as David had done the big shop for the five days and dinner that night. He ...
... are being walked to school by their parents, they hold the parent's hand. If there are several children, then invariably it is the youngest child who does the hand-holding.
Nothing's perfect of course, so there are a few things which aren't so good.
- The wide-spread smoking, particularly among the women of all ages. While Parisians mightn't eat while they walk, they certainly do smoke on the streets.
- Related to the above, there ...
... an hour up the top before descending to the second floor. We then took the stairs down. I loved the stairs as there is very few people on them. They take you through the guts of the tower, where you can marvel how the entire tower is essentially flat iron and angle iron..... And a ship load of rivets. I couldn't see any welds at all (on the main tower). Did you know that the tower was only temporary. It ...
... every wall, wall-sized and massive, depicting the royal family members in formal postures. Elaborate carved paneling and gold trim covered every surface not already gilded or painted with Roman figures. We saw receiving rooms, bedrooms with ornate canopied beds, and reception rooms where kings and queens lived their very public lives. For example, in one room, the king and queen and their children ate dinner every night at 10 pm in ...