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... hard to read. He seems annoyed with us. It may be he is French or maybe he's done too many of these tours. Not sure. But he is very knowledgeable.
Scott is a dentist. He told us about a book that changed his life called, Younger Next Year. It is written for men who are about to retire. Basically it changed his way of looking at life. Sharon just finished the 21 day tour of Europe with Rick Steves tour. They went all over Europe in ...
Time for a change of format. No more narratives. Time for a list of all of the awesome things we were able to do in Paris, aka our Paris Wish List.*
*Disclaimer: many of these wishes were Emily's, except for the dancing. Mark loves dance.
- Finding an actual parking space 1 block away from our apartment so we didn't have to lug our suitcases on the Metro
- Returning our rental car by driving through ...
... we decided to enter the massive gardens of Versailles. They were certainly massive. We very nearly got lost in them! We visited the Grand Trianon which is where the Royal Family holidayed during the summer. It was not as magnificent as the Palace but still very impressive. We also visited the Petit Trianon which is just a smaller version of the Grand Trianon. We then walked onwards to Marie-Antoinette’s Hamlet. She was highly disliked in ...
My train leaves from Gare de Lyon at 6:15 tonight, so I've until then to wander around on my achy, blistered feet and see as much of Le Marais, since I've been saving it for last. I decide my runners have had all they can handle, or, more accurately, I can no longer handle their smell, so I toss them. Pack up, check out, leave my bag in storage and head out with my camera bag for 8 hours or so. I don't even bother with a cafe, just go straight to a Starbucks ...
... luckily using a golf cart to make our way through the enormous grounds.
The world-renowned Palace of Versailles (Château de Versailles), located just 15 miles (25km) southwest of Paris. This impressive estate, built by Louis XIV as a symbol of absolute monarchy, boasts extravagant facades, elaborate furnishings and the magnificent 2,000-acre
(800-hectare) Gardens of Versailles (Jardins de Versailles).
In 1661, Louis XIV ...