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... that most people are an “inconvenience" to the French. With maps in hand, suitcases in toe we are head down to pick up our car. Daniel seems calm and collected. We voted that he would drive and I would navigate- but I couldn’t do ANYTHING else on my phone when navigating.
I have to say I love the feeling of freedom of having your own car! I can appreciate why my Grandma and 94 was stilling fighting to keep ...
... already several hundred people waiting in line. If you have a Paris Museum Pass, there is no entry fee into the Palace and gardens.
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... gardens and supermarkets. We stayed in Versailles much longer than planned as we were waiting for a letter to arrive in Paris – a story in itself, but that is the joy of what we are doing, having no definite time line is such a luxury! We are waiting to get our camping discount card from the ACSI. Very early on we received the letter advising the card was enclosed, however it was not enclosed. The card offers up to ...
... Versailles. Not surprisingly, Europe was now saddled with a "German Problem": an economically and militarily formidable nation, whose very existence had shattered the carefully maintained post-Napoleonic Balance of Power. The Junker elites were hardly going to stop now, especially after the belligerent, brash and bullish Kaiser Wilhelm came to power in 1888. The first steps on the road to the First World War had been taken. The fears of France and the rest of Europe were ...
... look like a Cotswold village. There was a range of interesting and fascinating shops, mostly selling local food and wine, as well as numerous cafes and art galleries, which added to the air of Cotswold gentility.
The church at the top of the hill is wondrous. It is a great big Romanesque construction, dating from the early twelfth century, although it was regrettably all but destroyed during the violent excesses of the French Revolution. The restored building that stands today ...