PULLMAN VERSAILLES CHATEAU
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... I compare notes with the Indian couple. Their information sheet says that if the tour is after 1st July they should go to another meeting point instead. It is 9th August. They hadn't read this bit. I am very pleased they hadn't read this bit, because it isn't on our information sheet. If they had read it they would have gone straight to the other meeting point. We wouldn't then have found out that the tour company had changed the meeting point, and we would have missed the tour. ...
... half way through how this free formed line could remain so organized and patient. Then we saw the two heavily armed members of the French Army patrolling the grounds walking up and down the line. Get out of line and the French don't screw around. Guess they learned their lesson after the Maginot Line fiasco during WWII. Once we got through security and into the actual palace the real fun began. If standing in a line outside in the sun for two hours wasn't enough fun already try ...
... after that wonderful time at Notre Dame we headed to the Arc de Triomphe. I'm not going to lie, I was fairly distracted at that point in the trip because we ran into a missionary who was getting picked up by his parents. He's going to BYU and they were going to London so I talked with them for a little while. I think David probably rolled his eyes at me a million times for getting distracted as soon as a boy comes around. It was just fun though! It was fun to talk ...
... at the Royal Stables just on the off chance the information lady was wrong about not being able to visit them. A few riders were out in a courtyard on horses, so we wandered in an open gate (cars were parked in the courtyard too, so we didn’t seem to be breaking any rules), but then they went back further into the stables area and we couldn’t see much else from where we were :-(
Nearly fell asleep on the train (Mitch did briefly), then, ...
... in the fridge, dust piles on the floor, and she told me she hasn't had time to change the sheets yet). I’m posting some pictures of it. I picked up a few groceries and then set about exploring Paris. I walked all around Notre Dame, crossed the lover’s bridge (with all the locks), passed Les Invalides and Place de la Concorde, and saw the Eiffel Tower off in the distance. Travel tip #2: Make sure you fully break in shoes before ...