Les Jardins d'Epicure
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... pulled into the station with her chatting away to some bird on the train oblivious to the fact that her husband had just been drawn and quartered in front of her....and still not having received/heard the message.... So, no problems - we proceeded on to "home" and walked the km back up the hill to the camp, by which time we were pretty stuffed. Totally, in fact... This camp is really bushy and nicely integrated into the side of a hill in ...
... Coeur basilica. It's up on a hill and sort-near Moulin Rouge. To get there one has to walk up many flights of stairs before you can get to the actually building. There is a little tram called the funiculare but since it costs $ and I have legs up I went. From the hill you can see all of Paris. Mostly. The Eiffel Tower was hidden behind a tree. The basilica itself it beautiful. I really don't know how people built these things so long ...
... in the sun in a snaking line, dragging my suitcase behind.
Inside the palace was beautiful - but packed so you couldn't really enjoy the palace rooms without being pushed to the next room. After the palace, I headed out to the gardens where I watched the boaters and swans. It was frustrating to be in a garden with sprinklers and fountains but no drinking water - the cost for a small evian was $4 euro!
After the palace and gardens, I headed back ...
... suppers were all COLD when delivered. To go from the kitchen to the dining room took minutes - upstairs - downstairs - down the hall. And if the royals gang wanted to go off and see Madame De Pompadour they had to hook up the horses and go about 2 miles to The Petit Trianon. Under the Empire, The Petit Trianon was refurnished for Pauline Borghese, Napoleon's sister and later for Empress Marie-Loiuise.
Then it was off to the ...
... the stone walls. All very well done. We managed a quick look at 3 floors of one of the museums, out then popped across to the cafe for a coffee but it failed to warm us.
It was around 12 when we headed off to Dijon. It was lucky to avoid major bombing damage during the war. after finding a 3rd world Eco cafe selling soup and finally warming our bones, we had a trot around the old, old city. Earliest sign I saw, was the house has been built ...