I’ve mentioned before that I was super excited to finally visit Versailles this past June. This was my first glimpse of the palace … and all of the people!
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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Goodness gracious! Look at all the people! When we were there, it was very different, but then we went in the winter. 🙂
Maybe I should go back during the winter
Wow, that is a lot of people! Hope you post more of your photos from there.
I’m sure I will 😉
Glad you were able to visit Versailles! It’s quite a place!
Indeed it is!
Very interesting photo. Dark tree in the front and the rest in the sun!
I always seek out shade.
Oh, you are a shady person! 🙂
You are right about the people. I went there three times – and each time it was crowded!
I didn’t mind the crowds so much on the grounds, but inside, it was nearly impossible to move
That is a lot of people! Can’t wait to travel. You always make me so jelous!
I bet it’s difficult to get a photo of it without so many people.
I’ve noticed that with many European cities.