Les Jardins d'Epicure
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... cafe almost at the Arch-end, where we stopped for another re-hydration and a bowl of pretty good onion soup. By this time we were just about stuffed, so it was good to see the Metro sign only 100m away, and we accepted the opportunity to call it a day since it was by this time, about 9.30. But, we had to change trains a couple of times as we worked our way back towards "home" and it was here that disaster struck...... As we descended from ...
... German riders. Peter
Sagan crossed the line in ninth position, therefore beating his record
of points in the race for the green jersey. The Slovakian champion won
the points classification for the third time in a row.
The Château de Maisons (now Château de Maisons-Laffitte), designed by ...
Rested well in our hotel, good to sleep in a real bed! After a good breakfast, we returned to tour Sainte-Chapelle, the beautiful chapel built by King Louis IX in the mid-13th century. It is a masterpiece, mostly because of the stained glass filling the high upper chapel, which is still original but being restored. They were working on the big rose window, Genesis and Exodus, two of the 15 sections, ...
Today, after a very long mix-up, we hopped on the train from Paris to Versailles. We started thinking that we would be taking one train, however it was cancelled due to a car crash on the train tracks. We were told to take a metro to a different train station, but we found a way to take another train from the station we were already at. Great, right? Not so much. The train was so packed that ...
... side is all windows. It's all very pretty, and when you consider how rare mirrors were at the time - ridiculously expensive.
After the palace I wandered into the gardens and decided to spring for the "petit train" ride to take me to "Grand Trianon", "Petit Trianon" and Marie Antoinette's hamlet. I'm glad I did. I'm sure that I could have walked there, but I've done so much walking lately, any little bit of rest helps!
The "Grand Trianon" was lovely. I think it ...