Chateau de Grande Romaine
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... with depth and color and interest. And again as the flood lights turned on.
We walked for awhile, first in the Latin Quarter, then to a Christmas market for the last night and last cup of mulled wine and last taste of foie gras and cheese and cured sausage before they closed for the season. We walked the other way, past the Hotel de Ville with its skating rink and carrousel, stopping at the ...
After two very long days we needed a late start so we didn't head to Versailles until about 12.30. Walking up to the château is interesting through out the years each of the kings expanding it adding wings and buildings so it's all miss matched. It's huge by now and they only show you a small section of the château, thankfully audio guides were free so we got lots of ...
... Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde. The place did not look quite what we expected - there were trees but very little grass. Family plots were more like little chapels or houses, or concrete or marble rectangles. People of all nationalities are buried there and some quite recently so the place is still being used in spite of very strict regulations to get in. Joanne read to us from the book, information about each person - we learned ...
Baguettes at home started the morning before heading off for the day. I went for a hair dressers appointment and Alana and Jaz went to Sacre Ceour. After the train ride we stopped for lunch with true French quiche and then we started off for Musee D'Orsay. There seemed to be a huge line up but it moved pretty quickly and after our bags were checked by security we were in. The audio guide is well worth taking into the museum. The entrance ...
... as we went past Notre Dame and New York State of Mind going around the Statue of Liberty. This may or may not have been kitsch - Jeff wouldn't know!
We made our way to the nearest Metro to go home and found it was closed for construction so we had to walk to the next one - the feet were shot by this time - but managed to make our way home safely shortly after midnight.
It was a long but special day, today will be as quiet ...