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Sam: Woke up this morning with a medical condition that I've termed 'bike butt’. It’s a severe dose and hurts when I sit, walk or climb stairs! Added to that (as if that’s not enough), it’s been a day requiring a lot of ‘psychological flexibility’. Firstly – we had decided to do a day trip to Versaille, so decided not to do a walk in Luxembourg gardens today. But still wanting to ...
... the canal until we sat down and put our feet in the refreshing water, where we sat for a while in the sun. Here we hung out with swans by our feet, took more photos for the desiring families and couples, witnessed a proposal in a boat in the canal and almost got burnt.
We toured another small fraction of the grounds for the rest of the day before returning home after a long, tiring day of information, sights, sun and food.
... so that it would work again.
Only 15 minutes late on returning the golf cart, so another 8E on top of the 32E for the first hour (totally overpriced) but it was fun none the less. The best way to spend the last hour on the grounds before it closes is to play hide and seek with MD in the hedges...we had a blast.
On the way out, the workers tried to tell Heather that there was no bathroom for her to use that they were already closed; boy ...
... to comprehend the sheer, stupendous scale of it all. It is breathtaking in its ambition. It is not really a garden; more like a vast theatrical set. We remembered the charming and compact palace gardens at Wurzburg, which puts this gigantic backyard into context. The scale is astronomical. Immediately behind the palace is a huge terraced area, with those familiar large pools and reclining statuary. A huge arch, placed in the name of modern art, looks quite small.There is a ...
... feeling enriched and edified.
From the rural idyll of Vezelay, we were now heading for the cosmopolitan metropolis of Paris, in particular the glamorous, up-market suburb of Versailles. We have a palace to see.
Driving into the Paris conurbation would have been a lot easier with the services of Serena, but courtesy of good signage and google maps photographed on the trusty iPad, we made an excellent job of reaching Versailles. I was surprised that the huge Palace ...