Clos Saint Laurent
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... to Noosa plenty of times, because I like it too... So, we spent several hours there, wandering around, annoying the artists ( there must be over 100 doing their instant portraits and displaying a wide range of work of varying merit) and Treas re-arranging all the stuff on the shelves in the tourist shops, and then we had a light lunch of moules and frites (mussels and fries in case your French is slack) , and they were terrific. The serving was ...
... as it's a tree-huggers' camp, and as we wandered through the joint, it's as black as the inside of a cow, and we both wandered round separately round the place in the dark for 10 mins trying to find our way, (I'd stopped to grab some wifi at front office area), and discovering lots of new places at the same time... But we eventually found it. Yet, here it is now 23.45, and I'm still at it.... But that'll do for today. Cheers The Travelling ...
... and symbols of royalty had actually been removed from the walls and furniture during the Revolution. Unfortunately I didn't get to visit the court where the Tennis Court Oath was declared as this is only open on Saturday mornings - I will have to come back. I have included some photos of the different parts of Versailles and hope that it gives you an idea do the stark difference between the lives of the King and the aristocrats in Versailles and the poor workers living in ...
... very packed train station and was so happy I bought a return ticket in the morning - there were 100s of people in line to buy the return ticket. Back in Paris, I got off the train near the Notre Dame that was in really nice afternoon light. I had a fixed price meal at a Moroccan restaurant and then headed to the International bus station - it was super easy to transfer from the metro to the station. At 11pm, my Euroline bus to Amsterdam departed, and very ...
... It was Louis XIV who built this small palace of stone and pink marble in 1687 to "escape the rigors of court life" and to enjoy the company of his mistriss, Madame de Mintenon. The Grand Canal that runs directly in front of the palace is huge beyond belief and was the site for Louis's many boating parties. He sounds like an amazing guy.
When it was time for home - the fact that we had purchased the wrong tickets (my fault I ...