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... as well – the jewels are a couple of works by Raphael. (The Duke was the son of King Louis-Philippe and lived in exile two different periods in England. He died in Italy.)
At 3pm, we took a tour of the private apartments. It was the one tour a day given in English, and there were only three other people. The apartments seem small compared to the royal rooms we are used to seeing, though, of course, they are very large. We saw a small ...
Well, an early start for a plane flight to Florence...2 hours. Sue almost lost her travel diary, left it in the departure lounge. Fortunately, an announcement ( in English ) saved the day and she got it back...very lucky! Flight was uneventful, and we were met by Neil and Christine (bearing the "swan" name) in arrivals at Florence international, about the size of Adelaide, easy to get about. Marg, landing scored a 5...we dropped onto the Tarmac! Once we cleared the non ...
... and they noticed it too. In fact her brother was thinking of starting a campaign of planting a tiny little French flag on every pile of dog poop he saw to SHAME these dog owners into cleaning up after their dogs.
Not to polish the ****, but I even came up with a name for the campaign. Are you ready? We'd call it: POOPY PUPS: Pooch Owners Of Paris, You Pick UP that Sh...!!!).
Note to self: Add to list of ...
... hamlet of Marie Antoinette given to her by Louis XVI which is based on English countryside and built by Richard Mique in 1787, it looks like a postcard. Living there would be like living in a fantasy and I think that was the goal in the 18th century. The gardens of Versailles which were first laid out in 1661 are like nothing you have ever seen before in your life. The opulence shows through the gardens, everywhere you look there ...
... Ed got a blue, white and red one).
We then had a look inside the church. We had a bit of a maths lesson inside the church - the signs by the candles suggested a €3 donation for a tea light and €10 for a large candle. Ed noticed this and started counting how many candles in a box, how many boxes were stacked up and how much the church could expect to raise from donations for candles.