PULLMAN VERSAILLES CHATEAU
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Fabulous trip to Claude Monet's Giverny - lots of train travel due to striking workers but made it through - fascinating watching the World of French folk from a train station and on the trains. Will add photo's soon - busy now with the Conference. Out to dinner with 8 others - Mexican friends and new Spanish friends - straining to understand …
... adorned with fountains, statues, lakes, ponds, etc.
I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.
Anyone visiting the Ile de France region has to come visit this.
Tego wieczora odwiedziliśmy Palac Wersalski - wspanialy dom Ludwika XVI i Marii Antionette, którzy dozyli do makabrycznego końca. Podczas rewolucji francuskiej na polecenie sądu obywateli zostali skazani na smierc i ...
... enough to get there and it's a quick walk from the station. I had read that it was supposed to rain, so we did not expect sweltering heat and sun. Not only was Versailles crazy hot, it was also crazy packed. I was told that the gardens are free to go into, as compared to going inside the palace, but found out they're NOT! They freaking want 13euros to walk around a garden. Thankfully we are students and got in for 6euro. The gardens were in full bloom and ...
... pleasant day. The grounds were beautifully manicured and we theorized that must have special equipment to do that. Rounded a corner and yep - there it was! See the pic below. They also have templates to shape the topiaries - what a great idea! Considering that I have stopped trimming our hedges at home after I cut the FOURTH extension cord in two - I won't be trying that out. :) Incidentally - we also ended up on the train with the same lovely couple sitting across from us for the ...
... seem to have caught the Parisian urgency bug. We do the one station, change trains, two stations, change trains limbo and finally settle in for the trip out into the country.
On leaving the Versailles station, Nanette engages with a nice young lady who tries to direct us to the nearby ticket shop, rather than waiting to until we get to the chateau. The shop is crowded so the boys convince the girls to keep moving. Bad move. We reach the chateau ...
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