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Today was unbelievable. We woke up way early so we had plenty of time to go to Monet's house and gardens, starting the day off eating various pastries on a bank down the street from his house. I had no idea what an accomplished gardener he was, and I can see why his paintings were so picturesque--because he made his surroundings that ...
... lines, symmetry everywhere, mass plantings of colour, and the obligatory lake. Plus the sun was shining - so it was a nice morning. Would have been nicer if we had actually be able to go inside the Chateau - but there is not much we can do about old stones and their need for TLC!
From there we drove into Rambouillet village and did a few errands.
1. Optometrist to get Louise's sunglasses fixed - CHECK. Superglued and repined ...
... cool. I'm sure it is amazing.
We drove for about 4 hours and arrived at Giverny. We knew there were no campgrounds in the immediate vicinity but Dale had remembered a B&B from our earlier visit. Sure enough, we checked it out and they had room. It is a huge house with four stories, like so many houses in Europe. We picked a room on the third story, which has a ...
... visited when it hasn’t rained. Jane kindly introduced us to a couple who had just started a Chambre D’Hôte business nearby and with Katherine being a former solicitor; we knew that her advice would be water tight. Well I knew that the red tape here would be copious, but really.....
In order for us to gain our Cartes Vitales or health cards, we must pay tax in France unless we are of retirement age where there is a reciprocal agreement between ...
Our tour director told us we'd saved the best for last, when covering the details of our planned excursion to Versailles. This immense palace, built in the 1600's as a hunting lodge for Louis the 14th, is unabashedly a testament to French power and money of the time of the monarchy. We were all excited for our visit, as most of the remaining castles and palaces we'd seen in France were merely decaying relics ...