And its gardens.
  1. Look, it's beautiful! But look how long the waiting line is...
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  2. It's golden!
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  3. Meet Louis XIV
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  4. The War Room
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  5. The Galery of Mirrors
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    Beautiful. Hey you, Tourist! You're in my way!
  6. Council Study
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    Where the king met with his Ministers to tell them how he wants things to be.
  7. The King's Bedroom
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    Where Louis XIV lived from 1701 until his death in 1715. (Sorry for the crappy picture)
  8. The Bull's-Eye Room
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    Guess where it's got its name from. Visitors had to wait here before being admitted to the king's bedroom.
  9. Antichambre of the great dining hall
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    (Not sure if that's the real name though...
  10. King's Guard Room
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  11. The marmor staircase
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  12. And then...
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    My visit was already over because the other parts of the Palace were closed that day.
  13. Since it didn't rain yet, I decided to visit the garden and the park.
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    On the picture you can see the Orangerie.
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  15. The Ball Room
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    Sadly, the fountain was turned off when I got there.
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  18. The Mirror Pool
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  19. The Colonade's Grove
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    The statue is Pluton kidnapping Proserpina
  20. The famous Apollo Fountain when turned off.
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  21. Enceladus Grove
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    Really quiet and beautiful. I actually really liked this place.
  22. Then I took a walk to the Grand Trianon.
  23. The mirror room
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  24. The Empress' Bedroom
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  25. The Salon of the Chapel
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  26. Salon rond
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  27. Salon de famille de l'Empereur
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  28. Chambre de la reine des Belges
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  29. Salon de Famille
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  30. Salon des Malachites
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    The furniture was a gift from Alexander 1st of Russia to Napoleon
  31. Salon frais
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    The "Cool salon"
  32. Thr Cabinet topographique de l'empereur
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    This is where Napoleon installed his library in 1810.
  33. The Cotelle-Gallery
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  34. Them I went to the Small Trianon.
  35. It's chapel.
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    I love the old Harp!
  39. The Queen's Bedroom
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  40. Billardroom
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  41. Then I went to Marie Antoinette's Hamlet
    I'm really proud of myself that I found it without getting lost. And this is the pat I enjoyed most during my visit. It's like a small beautiful village.
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  45. The Mill
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  47. The Gardener's House
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  48. The Farmer's House
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  49. Then I got a little lost on my way back. But I met an elderly german couple, who were really nice and we found our way together. As it turned out, they live just a few kilometers away from me in Germany.
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    Best part about it: when it started to rain for the first time that afternoon, he shared his umbrella with me so I didn't even get wet. Thanks again!
  50. Now back to the Gardens.
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    The Apollo Fountain when it's on.
  51. The Obelisc
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  53. Apollo's Bath Grove
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  54. Theatre Grove
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  55. Three Fountain Grove
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  56. The Pyramid
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  57. Water Walk
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  58. Dragon Fountain
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  59. Triumphal Arch Grove
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  60. And... That's it. I did it! My feet and back hurt and my socks were wet, but I did it!
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  61. In the end, I can say the Gardens are really beautiful, bit the Palace itself wasn't really worth it. The Big and Small Trianon and Marie Antoinette's Hamlet were more beautiful.
  62. And the Audioguide wasn't that great either.
  63. All in all, I think I prefer the Palace of Fontainebleau.
    You'll see why in my next list.