Let’s Go to Paris Repost from Important to Madeleine Blog

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Thank you to “Important to Madeleine” blog, another 18th-century French history chaser, for this lovely post!  I’ve finally found someone who is as interested in French history as I!  She doesn’t just have an interest, she has a Master’s in European History to back it up.  Meeting Elissa (online, no less) is a prime example […]

Reblogged: Versailles A Private Tour

Want to experience the Hidden Versailles?  here’s a peek on how its done. Versailles: A Private Tour  by Marie Z. Johnston More than 70 million people visit Paris each year. That’s a lot of people.  Of that, only 3 million venture out to the Chateau of Versailles (one million in July alone!) making the odds of sharing […]

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