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... the basilica. Then, we went to dinner, afterwards racing right back all of the stairs just minutes before 10pm to see the Eiffel Tower sparkle from far away.
I'm obviously thrilled that Jacoba can be here-- we've been dreaming about this for years-- it just stinks that I can't be on top of my game and go out as long as I'd like. Tomorrow is our last night here, so I'm going to sleep here and hopefully feel fine tomorrow!
... is happening to my daughter.
We did end up making it to the palace. It was very crowded and we got pushed around by a group of really rude tourists. We decided to just see the palace today and the Marie Antoinette and smaller palace tomorrow.
Our hotel room is small but the bed is comfy and the best part of the room is that it is in Versailles and not 3 trains distance from here!
... watch you and I constantly felt like one was going to come to life and kidnap me or something. By the end of it I was happy that we went. It kind of broke up all of the serious art and gave us a comedic break. Plus I met Jackie Chan and George Clooney so it was worth it! After that we headed to Notre Dame. What I experienced there is something that my family will never let go of. However, I would like to point out that I didn't have control over what happened like I ...
... expecting a French man and was entirely surprised to find a young Asian lady. Apparently Aj is short for something, but I have no idea what she said her real name was. She was kind though and explained how to get into the apartment building and that my place was on the 2nd floor.
I headed back and was somewhat impressed and slightly annoyed by the setup. From the street, it just appears to be a metal door, and you have to ...
... the village. A working farm was close to the idyllic, fantasy-like setting of the Queen’s Hamlet. Marie Antoinette would go there during the day but never sleep there. Abandoned after the French Revolution, it was renovated in the late 1990s and is open to the public. From here we rode around The Grand Canal. The works took eleven years, from 1668 to 1679. The Grand Canal, 1,670 metres long, and 3.5 meters deep, was the setting for numerous ...