Breakfast was a small baguette, orange juice, and "chocolate" (asked in French by a lady...we heard the key word chocolate and said "oui").
We then travelled by train to Versailles where we skipped the long ticket lune because earlier we had bought a museum pass. The place was incredibly lavish, as the rumors and pictures show. The "Sun King" definately spent quite a pile of money on statues, lush rooms, giant mirrors, and a spectacularly (and still well-kept) garden.
Afterwards, we found a secluded park in the city and lay on the grass to eat our 500 grams of ripe red cherries and a baguette with cheese and salami. Delicioux!
We took another train/metro to the Rodin Museum where we saw many statues conveying the human form in happiness, pain, love, and sorrow.
Interesting: while walking to the museum, we saw a structure and we said, "huh...is that the Eiffel Tower over there?"
What a strange sentence that shocked/reminded us that we were in Paris!
Oh, and the Lucky Sister found €10 on the ground while the Other Sister found €1.
Lastly, Rocío (in French) asked a lady where the library was and asked for a pack of 10 metro tickets. Nice!