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... the first thing that caught my eye was the iconic, double-horseshoe staircase. We later learned that it was on this staircase that Napoleon bid farewell to his troops in 1814, before being exiled to Elba. We picked up our audioguides and set off to tour the 1,900 room palace – thankfully, we were only allowed to tour about thirty or forty of those rooms and that still took us nearly three hours! Our tour began with the" Grand ...
... enter for a small fee). As Ron looks like a swarthy Frenchman in his beret she didn't bother to ask for money and looked past us hoping for a tourist to pass her way. The church was quite big and Romanesque, very dark with interesting stained glass windows. The faces all seemed to be scowling quite unlike anything I'd seen before. The church was quite beautiful and very active as confession was in progress and locals were coming and going, but the windows gave it ...
... said "you know, I'm not in love with you Bridger". It was very funny, as we could all tell that she was quite smitten. It was quite amazing how well the four kids got along during our stay, despite their various ages.
Another lovely day in France...tomorrow we will all go to Versailles to visit the castle. Yes mom.. we will go inside the castle this time!
... pastry thing that was damn tasty. Then the Roast beef and Potatoes. Then I got the chocolate log thing on a biscuit, i had had my eye on it every time i walked past a patisserie, i was very grateful they got it too. And with the roast beef we had wine from Bordeaux. I had red wine from Bordeaux. I didn't like that either, but I'm glad i can say i had wine from Bordeaux ha ha. Then we all literally just sat around in the sun to let it all digest. I always am stuff in ...
... white sand. And the place that gives it the name is crazy. The forest opens up to this massive desolate sand paddock with one rock in the middle. And it looks like a comical dog with a giant head. Of course i climbed the **** out of it, little bit of fun. And there was this wicked roof that gives the place the name Le cul de chien. Although you had to crank of this two finger pocket and my fingers were not liking it one bit. So unfortunately i only gave it a few goes, almost ...
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