Hotel Leonard de Vinci
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... almost there when got a text from Chris to say everything was closed as is often the case on a Monday in France. So we did a quick change, hopped on the motorway and headed off to visit a couple of historic villages. First up was Turrenne a beautiful village set on a hill with the obligatory castle had a lovely lunch there and then colonies la rouge. A beautiful historic village built entirely of red sandstone. Made it back to the chateau ...
... going to Frankfurt and, chances were it was my train, but checked anyway. ( Should have paid more attention in Geography.) Platform not announced till 20 minutes till boarding and this is a huge place. The lady in Information gave me the heads up that it would be leaving from one of the platforms between 2 and 12. So I found those and stayed pretty central. Platform 3. No problems. Hey, girls at Berwick Travel, I'm going to Munich. Well first I have to ...
... for €3, a marionette show on another level and best of all an acrobat who stood on a pylon and had a soccer ball and showed amazing skill in what he did, evening climbing a pole with the ball on his foot. We were glad we couldn't fit inside the church with so much happening outside! We enjoyed a lovely wine and dinner locally before retiring at 9.30pm. A better day on the feet though we saw so much that we can return to ...
So today I wanted to see how the other side lived - so it was off to the palaces. There were three on my hit list, the Petit Palais, the Grand Palais and the royal palace. They were not what i thought they would be. As it turns out Petit Palais is actually an art gallery. I went in had a look anyway. They had an exhibition on Paris in 1900. This was the year of the world fair, when the Eiffel tower was built. Apparently this was the time when Paris was at the ...
... today because I’m off to see the Palace of Versailles. Everyone back home is so jealous and they say it’s going to blow me away.
At least the Vintage Boutique Hotel, a real fancy name for a hostel, is right by the train station and it’s not long before I find myself on a suburban 'RER C’ train that takes me to Versailles-Rive-Gauche, only five minutes walk from Chateau Versailles. It was only ...
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