On day three we were ready for a visit at Versailles. I've visited the village earlier, but didn't se the palace then. To get there, we had to find the nearest RER-train station, and the nearest one is Invalides. The concierge at the hotel suggested metro to get there, but as fit Norwegians we took the walk.
In Versailles it took its time to buy tickets. The queue went from on side of the house to the oher and then half the way back again. I don't dare to think about how it is during the tourist season. After sending my bag through a security detector and myself through a metal detector, we finally could stat exploring the palace. Everything is big her as you can see, even the window handles
And then we passed room after room decorated with the most gorgeous wallpaper and paintings and other embellishments.
Den japanske kunstneren Takashi Murakami hadde også utstilling i salene. Helt sprø kontraster, men en fantastisk opplevelse.
The Japanese artist Takashi Murakami was exhibited in the chambers. Crazy contrasts but a fantastic experience.
Not an image you expect to see in the Versailles.
Tilslutt hans ovale buddha plassert utenfor slottet. Fantastisk! Mer må komme siden. I dag er det shopping som gjelder :-)
Finally his oval buddha. Marvellous! More has to come later. Today it's shopping time :-)