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Great shot and very unique facilities. Darryl and Ruth : )
Very interesting. I don't recall seeing these but we didn't get everywhere, either. Both are certainly necessary!Re your comment on Ocala: I've been to that barbershop 2 X. I won't go back. They really aren't as good as they think they are!
:) Makes life feel happy.A wonderful new week for you.daily athens
I thought for a moment we were having a look inside the men's bathroom (which seemed astonishingly capacious). What an intriguing capture, Ciel.
Bizarre! A column made of a tree trunk with a scroll capital. I'm thinking some Greek architect is kinda freaking out? I like the contradiction.
Interessant cette architecture faite en rodins de bois.
This is pretty unexpected, Ciel. Most things are very elegant at Versailles. I wonder who got the idea to install rustic log cabins.
I must say I never expected log cabins in Versailles. How fun to see them.
Amazing! I love the Greek style columns made of unpeeled logs. The Mediterranean meets the wild wild west!— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
It looked like it had a thatched roof on the portal. Seems to have everything you need.
Rustic and elegant at the same time!
une version ecologique du chateau ;)
Definitely not what you'd find in cowboy country.
Now that's different.
I wouldn't expect anything less than a 'stylish' cabana in Versailles!!
very different. Not what one would expect. MB
des cabanes royales en somme
Maybe I am on the wrong blog... No, this is really VDP!
Royal log, bien sur! :-)
This looks like part of the Indiana Jones ride at Disneyland. Very cool.
That's a little surprise.
Cabines versaillaises et "royales" comme le dit Bergson! Le concept "toilettes" n'était malheureusement pas connu à l'époque...
et voilà, c'est aussi un type différent de porta de mercredi cela la deuxième photo! mdrLéia
Oh wow. Who would have thought of having columns on a log house??
Oh what fun, I love the columns!
What a fun twist on log cabins! I especially appreciate the grandeur of the "toilettes".
Is this Versailles? I don't have to like it, do I? Kay summed it up best: classical meets wild west. But it doesn't work for me. There's mix 'n match and there's mix 'n mismatch. :-D
Bekannte Architektur mit außergewöhnlichen Baumaterialien, warum nicht :)Viele Grüße
Well I never! Never saw logs used in this type of construction.
Wonderful and totally unexpected.Sharon
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