Word-of-Day-Challenge-Oppulent

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opulent

ostentatiously costly and luxurious.

Whilst in Europe we visited…

…several places similar to Versailles Palace.

Our universal comment was that with

this amount of opulence, it was…


…no wonder there had been a revolution.

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Word of the Day Challenge:   Oppulent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Word-of-Day-Challenge-Exquisite

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Exquisite is the only  way to  describe the interior of

some of the European Historic places we visited.

The Palace of Versailles being one such example.

Whether the ceiling artwork, or…

 

 

…this craftsmanship fifteen to twenty feet above our heads.

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Word of the Day Challenge: Exquisite

FOWChallenge-Madness

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Even though we had ‘priority access’

to various tourist attractions, for example, 

The Vatican City, Schonbrunn Palace

and Versailles Palace… 

I felt negotiating crowds like this,

while trying to follow a guide,

was sheer madness.

 

However as we departed and saw

the numbers waiting for access,

I learned to appreciate our priority access.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Madness

Word-of-Day-Challenge-Wonder

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We all came away from…

our visit to Versailles Palace…

totally in awe…

of the opulence and to a person stating…

 

that it was no wonder that there was

a revolution in France with

so much wealth belonging to so few.

On a global scale not much has changed I guess.

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Word of the Day Challenge: Wonder

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-February-Words

 

 

It must be innate in the young of all species

to annoy their mother.

This protuberance high up on the wall

indicates a ‘Red Light’ area in Pompeii. 

 

his view of the Palace of Versailles

meets the rectangular criteria.

 

Can colours be interspersed

among each other?

 

These ‘vividly colourful’ decorations are

the best I could for fluorescent.

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Thursday’s Special: February-Words