Versailles - Royal city -
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et ton billet est encore valable ? de toute facon quand il neige, la RAPT et la SNCF ne fonctionne pas, alors pas besoin de ticket ;)
My wife took a train to Penn Center and the ticket desk didn't look anything like this! Your booth is quite elaborate.
Oh, I think I've been there, getting lost along the way. That could never happen now while carrying an iPhone. Of course, you could also sniff for the Starbucks. There was a bit of a scandal when, if I recall correctly, the first Starbucks in Paris opened on L"Avenue de l'Opera.
Very elegant. But, the French do have style . . .
Looks like a fancy, historic, elegant place to buy a ticket!
Très joli, ce petit kiosque à tickets, et plein d'un charme désuet! j'espère que tu as fait bon voyage et que tu n'as pas eu trop froid!
Bon d'accord. Mais pour stationner depuis un an où est ce que tu as acheté ton ticket ? Parce qu'à Paris c'est galère-galère quand on est rebelle à moneo
I remember this, but we only walked that day...
Love the way it reflects the buildings!
Wow fabulous reflections there, I loved the second composition!Léia
I know this place very well all the times I have been to Versailles!!!
La resquille ? C'est possible ?
Welcome back. Hey you left not feeling well and you were supposed to get better. I hope you are feeling better soon. Chicken Soup--steaming hot. I think it is the steam that is actually good for you. MB
A very pretty ticket booth - fit for a king. Versailles is more fascinating than I could have imagined.
I don't much care for Starbucks coffee, but if it's the only option...well, I'll drink it. I can imagine it might be worthwhile to have a cup while waiting in line to buy a ticket...Starbucks is certainly strong enough to keep you awake. I put a spoon in a cup of Starbucks one time and it stood straight up! Nah, just kidding.Glad you're back. Not glad to hear you're still not well. I hope you improve rapidly and completely!
It's a very attractive spot with all that glass and fancy metalwork.
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