Last Mistresses of Versailles

Here’s a little look into the secret world of Versailles’ cozy nooks, closets, apartments and attics….where the last great mistresses of the reign of Louis XV laid their heads, sipped hot chocolate and champagne, batted their eyes, whispered sweet nothings and encouraged alliances. Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (1721-1764) was Louis XV official mistress from […]

Is the past just a carriage ride away?

18th century princess versailles masked ball

If you had the opportunity to travel back in time would you?  What century would you chose?  As a student of history, I’ve learned, contemplated, observed and fascinated over various periods of human history.  Everything from the ancient Greeks to Napoleon and more recently—the early 19th century world wars.  If there’s one piece of human history […]

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