The next morning, we took the train to Versailles to spend the day wandering the extensive, I mean EXTENSIVE, grounds originally built on by Louis XIII in 1623 and then made into a palace by Louis XIV starting in 1661. It was a dark and gloomy day, perfect for imagining the French royals being forced from the palace during the Revolution.

The next morning, we took the train to Versailles to spend the day wandering the extensive, I mean EXTENSIVE, grounds originally built on by Louis XIII in 1623 and then made into a palace by Louis XIV starting in 1661. It was a dark and gloomy day, perfect for imagining the French royals being forced from the palace during the Revolution.

The next morning, we took the train to Versailles to spend the day wandering the extensive, I mean EXTENSIVE, grounds originally built on by Louis XIII in 1623 and then made into a palace by Louis XIV starting in 1661. It was a dark and gloomy day, perfect for imagining the French royals being forced from the palace during the Revolution.

Photo taken at: Palace of Versailles

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