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Wild weather in Versailles

The weather in Paris has turned from Spring to Winter...

As time is running out I braved the weather to take a tour of Versailles. We rugged up with layers, grabbed our umbrellas and jumped on the train...

Alex our guide was so very knowledgable and even made the wind and rain enjoyable! I met up with some of the others I had met on the walking tour so that was a bonus.

The Palace is very opulent and beautiful...the gardens are immense and I was very glad to have a guide to direct me through the maze.

Once again I must let the photos tell the story...

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Inside the Palace
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In the end the sun managed to peek through so we were a little wet, very cold, but thrilled with our visit to Versailles!

Posted by thewoodsies 02:00

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