PULLMAN VERSAILLES CHATEAU
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... disappointing day….hated it.
Alternative brand tart flambee (gratinee – ie. with cheese) – actually very tasty.
Mitch: Felt like I woke up on the wrong side of the bed, crossed the path of a black cat and broke a mirror this morning – Well maybe not quite that bad. But I have had a bit of a grumpy day. Not pleasant for Sam, but that’s the way its been. Started with our fave Boulanger being closed (I had ...
... And one time I saw the gardeners cutting the trees.
It was owned by a very rich king and queen and the garden was so big that you could not see the end of the garden.
When we went into the palace the first thing we went to was the rooms with pictures of the palace and those rooms weren't very exciting.
Then there were lots of interesting rooms. The gaming ...
... Sun King would be aghast to witness thousands upon thousands of common peasants tramping through his palace of paradise. I suppose that is the ultimate end result of the French Revolution, the price to pay. Serves him right to have the hoi-poloi crowding through his corridors. That said, he might be gratified to note that his palace still survives, and is regarded as one of the world's greatest architectural monuments; which is not too bad a legacy.
The Hall of Mirrors has ...
... we didn't take our flags along to wave at either game. Must admit I looked for Richie for the rest of the day.
The Eiffel Tower, while it looked like a tall piece of riveted meccano, is an amazing piece of work. The strength of it is in its design with triangular shapes climbing the entire 424 metres, just 4 metres shorter than our Sky Tower in Auckland. We queued in the rain with what seemed like hundreds of other tourists, for almost an ...
We are sad to leave London but Paris awaits - three nights in Paris will hopefully give us enough time to explore. We had a 10:30 reservation on the Eurostar, taking the Chunnel to Paris in 21/2 hours. I booked us second class reserved seats and after having done first class coming from Paris with Al I would have to say the extra cost was worth it. This car seems a little shabby in comparison, with less luggage room, less leg room and no complimentary meal. The journey ...