Premiere Classe Saint Brice Sous Foret
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... It was built in 21 months and was built as a space to hold the reception for Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette. It is a truly magnificent space! When our tour was over (a half hour late), we were released into the astonishing crowds of people; we were packed in about as tightly as our metro ride the other day. If there had been a way to exit, we would have, but unfortunately once you start out, you are stuck making your way through the entire tour. Were ...
... and we still didn't see everything. Sounds crazy, but I find myself getting a little sensory overloaded in these places after awhile and I get a bit blaze, you know, oh yeah, another Monet...blah,blah. I have to do this in short grabs to appreciate what I am actually seeing and experiencing. Roge loves a gift shop and there is one at every exit at every place we visit. Every time he picks something up I tell him we got it last time....so far my strategy's working. All he has bought is ...
Today was a great day involving trains, palaces, towers, sunsets and twinkly lights! The day started with a trip to Versailles. Quick metro to the RER C (basically an intercity train with no substantial speed). Versailles was built to be the summer palace for King Louis the XIV but he ended up moving there from his previous palace in Paris (now the Louvre). The palace was HUGE! While it was huge it was also beautiful. From the architecture to the Venice inspired ...
... because it was "too cold" which I don't really understand. Another french audio guide down, but this one had a version suited for kids between 6-12, and I could understand that a little better. Finally, the 3 hr bus ride back, while watching "Crazy stupid love." I gotta say, you were not that hot in The Notebook, Ryan, but I can dig you in Crazy Stupid Love. Got home, took a shower, and went to sleep.
All in all, it was a magnificent weekend!
... up on a hill where Sacre Coer is. We had a look around and shopped through all the little souviner shops and markets. Montematre is famous for its artist markets where there are just heaps of artists selling pictures everywhere and they will draw a picture of you on the spot. I actually bought quite a few souviners today because Abi said that it was the best place to do it. There is a perfect view of most of the city from there, except the view of the Eiffel Tower was ...