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... the morning and spend time looking at everything while Rio sleeps in. Early in the evening we give in to jet lag and decide to get take away for dinner. We want to go back and enjoy our lovely, chandelier filled apartment. Shortly after we ate I fell asleep and could hear Rio up throughout the night probably envisioning herself living in this apartment. There was a moment when I realized the experience I have been fortunate enough to give her at this ...
... but a community. Getting to see how Paris folks live.
We wandered around and found a chocolate museum. Hmmmm. Sat and had a beer or so and watched the people and talked about what we will do this week.
God old rest today. Feet needed it as well as legs. We will go at Paris in the morning.
... until the royal family was forced to return to the capital in October 1789 after the beginning of the French Revolution.
Versailles is therefore famous not only as a building, but as a symbol of the system of absolute monarchy of ancient Paris. The buildings and gardens were commenced in 1624 and took about 75 years to complete.
The Treaty of Versailles was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War 1. It ended the state of war between Germany ...
... we toured the gardens, surrounding park, and the Petit and Grand Trianon by bicycle, making the most of our hours there. We spent over 4 hours in the garden, complete with a picnic by the grand canal, and then headed in to the palace to gaze at the Hall of Mirrors and other amazing rooms. After a break in town for dinner and shopping, we headed back into the gardens to tour the lit up fountains, complete with lasers, fire, bubble and smoke ...
... of years after its discovery on a farm. It was made in 130bc, to think of the sculptors reaction could he see now the reactions his work created, albeit in its broken state. Mona Lisa is a strange experience, the focal point of the largest room, she is maybe 400mm by 300mm and people bustle and barge their way to be eye to eye with Da Vinci's most prized of works, I wish I could see what she has seen, the thought sends shivers down my spine as she smiles relentlessly upon her thousands ...