Today's choice was pathetically easy. We've lived across from the Domaine de Madame Elisabeth for over 5 years now and no one from our family has so much as put one foot inside the gates. This afternoon we rectified that.
Madame Elisabeth, in 1783 when she was 19 years old. Which meant, as the younger Frenchling pointed out, she didn't have much time to enjoy it.
When the Revolution began she refused to go into exile and was imprisoned with her brother and his wife and followed them to the scaffold in 1794.
Today the Domaine is a public park and entry is free to the public. It would probably be best to visit in the summertime but today was a cool sunny autumn day and it was perfect for a walk. Here are a few pictures: