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We are heading down the home stretch with only a few days left in April! I’ve enjoyed our travels. Since everyone’s staying home, let’s pretend we’re off on an International trip. My books are set in places I’ve visited, and I’m sharing some of my photos this month.
Identify the location of the picture below. Remember to register your answer by clicking “Leave a comment” at the top of this page and then write your reply (I’ll approve comments at the end of each day and reveal the locale in the following blog).
Correct answer receives a point. If you’re not certain, go ahead and guess! I’ll be posting a different photo, along with a hint, every day this month. Whoever has the most points on April 30th will receive a prize (you’re not winning the lotto, dear people, but I will mail you a small gift which will include a modest Amazon card). In the event of a tie, a randomly generated number will decide the winner. So, be sure to check back here each day, & let’s see who can . . .
Name That Location:
Hint: This palace has been undergoing a renovation, so if you visit certain areas may be off-limits. Originally a hunting lodge, it was later expanded and became the primary home of this country’s royal family, court, & government. Some of its furniture was made of solid silver, but later melted down to help pay for the cost of war. It remains one of the most-visited sites in the country. Can you name it?
~Yesterday we visited Florence, Italy. Catherine Conn, K. Nichols, Amy Reade, and Sharon K. Connell recognized the location. ~
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8 thoughts on “April 24th”
Palace of Versailles
Yes, Catherine! You are correct. Congratulations & thanks for playing!
Good morning! Is it Versailles?
Yes! You are correct, Amy. Congratulations.
This is The Palace of Versailles, France. Not my favorite palace or castle, but very roomy. LOL
The queen’s English village here is one of my favorite spots on earth! Oh, and you are correct again, Sharon! Thanks for playing.
Versailles in France.
Your clue pictures are getting harder since they’re showing less! 🙂
You are correct, again! Thanks for playing!