Versailles Palace. A few things to note if you’re ever planning to go. There are automatic ticket machines but the sometimes don’t work so then you have to queue for the ticket counter. That was 60 minutes watching downloaded programmes from Netflix.
It’s better to buy the tickets online so you can join the separate queue which today in the dead of February took 90 minutes for me to get into the Palace. Again thank you Netflix.There was only one metal detector scanner despite all the staff so that was a head wrecker.
Now let me move on to the palace itself. It’s beautiful and despite the age everything has been kept well. However, it was the Hall of Mirrors that caused me to take in an extra breath. It’s spectacular!! Two last bits for you: don’t bother with a selfie stick as you’re not allowed to bring them in. You might take out a low hanging chandelier. Also don’t buy from the souvenir shop exiting the palace. Buy from the book shop in the main courtyard. Most of the same products and a little cheaper.
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This is not the usual style picture I use, but it is this #familyof7 perfectly captured. The life with #5boys 6 and under. Welcome to reality. This was us after a wedding on Saturday and my #littleboys were soooo over the picture taking. And my face shows I was soooo over their lack of compliance. Meanwhile, Michael. #momofboys#letthemeatcake
: "In 2018, a world home to both the Movement for Black Lives and a president who identifies white supremacists as fine people, we are given a movie about black empowerment where the only redeemed blacks are African nobles. They safeguard virtue and goodness against the threat not of white Americans or Europeans, but a black American man, the most dangerous person in the world.
Even in a comic-book movie, black American men are relegated to the lowest rung of political regard. So low that the sole white leading character in the movie, the CIA operative Everett Ross (Martin Freeman), gets to be a hero who helps save Wakanda. A white man who trades in secrets and deception is given a better turn than a black man whose father was murdered by his own family and who is left by family and nation to languish in poverty. That’s racist." http://bostonreview.net/race/christopher-lebron-black-panther #notsuprised#esoteric#agenda#disneybullshit#youarestillsleeping