Here are some more photos showing some of the needlework we saw at the Palace of Versailles.
First are photos of several chairs and also close-up views.
Next are some images from the King's Bedchamber. I decided not to crop the first photo so you could get a better view not only of the room but also of the crowds that were at Versailles the same day we were.
Then it was off to the Queen's Bedchamber. It was absolutely beautiful!! I guess others thought so too because this room and the famous Hall of Mirrors were packed. In fact, I told Tom I could understand how someone could be trampled by a crowd. It really was that bad. However, we waited very, very patiently until we could work ourselves up to the front for a good view, and then worked our way across the room. It was certainly worth it as these photos show you.
Yes, this sofa was covered with plastic to protect it from further deterioration.
The Palace of Versailles is incredibly beautiful. We took many more photos, but the ones I've shown you are of some of the needlework.
There were other buildings on the palace grounds, but we decided to save them for a future visit, hopefully when it's not as crowded as it was this time.
I leave you now with two photos of the exterior of the Palace of Versailles.