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... cleaning out the car and getting our cases organised and then took off for a local supermarket. No guest map at this hotel and considering the hotel is quite isolated I thought that should be on their 'to do' list. The girl at the desk tried her best to advise and after a few wrong turns, we once again relied on the navman to find the centre of the small village near the hotel. This turned out to be good and bad. Good in that there was a carnival/fair going on ...
... Palace almost defies description. Unbelievably opulent, massively decorated, gold everywhere. Even the ceilings are painted with huge and spectacular murals. Every room has at least one depiction of Louis XIV, either a portrait, or a statue, or a bust, or a painting.
The Hall of Mirrors was definitely the highlight.
We spent nearly three hours at Versailles before returning to Paris. Last for the day was a diner cruise on the Seine - very civilised and so ...
... take a noisy, crammed and smelly train…. So, instead of enduring all of this in a train, we had the joy of experiencing it in peak hour Parisian traffic that even included a traffic jam through a rather long tunnel. Well, perhaps the tunnel was not that long, however, when you are more often stationary than moving, it seemed very long. None the less we made the most of the drive and turned it into another adventure playing numerous car games including our favourites ...
... we have tasted before enjoying pistachio, coconut with lime infusion, Black Forest, kirsch, and Mona Lisa (tempered chocolate with her eyes and filled with chocolate mousse), after dessert we shared a club sandwich! They even had a large eclair croquembouche which was rather spectacular. While there we saw a motorcade with the German president pass by at great speed, also another VIP in town with USAs John Kerry - ...
I am currently sitting at a local bistro about to eat my first hamburger since I've been overseas! Figure I better eat as much meat as I can this week since I'll be starting my new vegetarian diet once I arrive at the ashram in India next week. There is a maid cleaning the house at my cousin Frank's right now, and I'm not sure where he is but I figured I should get out of the house for a bit so I could stay out of her way!
Today is Bastille day or France's Independence ...