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Review of "Marie Antoinette: The Journey"

The obsession with the Revolution continues…

Marie Antoinette is one of the most famous and recognizable figures in French history, trumping even icons like Joan of Arc and Charles de Gualle who (a) were actually French and (b) actually made significant historical contributions. 567 more words


Which way to Versailles? The bride wants to know!

The subway doors whooshed shut behind us and we settled into cozy little groups for the 45 minute ride to quite possibly the most magnificent chateau ever imagined. 801 more words


5 Deluxe Gifts and 5 Little Luxuries: Versailles for the Holidays

Marie Antoinette was the height of sophistication and poise; so it is only fitting that her knack for overindulgent glamour inspired these beautiful, holiday treasures. Très chic. 585 more words

to begin at the beginning

Here on this blog I intend to explore the life, actions, and thoughts of the infamous Queen Marie Antoinette. Why “Little Antoine?” (As her family called her.) I have always been interested in history. 194 more words

French Revolution

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Thank you for checking out my website, it is still work in progress. This blog will be about fashion, makeup, travel, and of course the inspiration, Marie Antoinette. 15 more words


Review: Marie Antoinette, Serial Killer by Katie Alender

This was another library book that I picked up without knowing anything about it before. It’s so invigorating to just read something you know nothing of, I don’t know, there’s just more excitement. 411 more words


How To Eat Cake at Versailles

Marie Antoinette never said “let them eat cake” but she might have said “let them follow the rules” because there were a lot of rules to follow at Versailles. 474 more words

Thank Goodness We Don't Have To Do That Anymore