After leaving Versailles, Micah and I got a little turned around trying to find the Trianon Palace. Had we known we could, and should, buy tickets for the Versailles gardens, so we could walk through them, directly to the Trianon, we would have. But, no, we had to end up walking all over the town of Versailles, for hours, searching. It was worth it, but next time, we'll know better. And, next time, we're going to go to the Royal Stables across the street from Versailles. They even have riding exhibitions, featuring horses like those of the court. Next time. Definitely.
Marie Antoinette, like many of the wealthy and privileged, also built a hamlet on the property. The way I've accidently laid out the blog, the pictures show the outside of the Trianon, then the hamlet, then the inside of the Trianon. Sorry about that.