This is the state dining room. Kings and queens from around the world were invited here to dine with the kings Louis and their queens.
This is the bed where the kings slept. This one is in the bedroom. There was another bed closer to the chamber where important decisions were being made and the king could be summoned from his sleep if his signature was need immediately.
This is the bed of the queens. Chambers for her ladies-in-waiting were close by so they could be at her majesties bidding.
This is the breakfast room for the king and queen. Naturally this room was close to their bed chambers. Only those closest to the king or queen were allowed to enter during their meal. The small red velvet covered seats lined up in the forefront were reserved for those invited into the breakfast room.
This is the famous Hall of Mirrors. The windows and the chandeliers reflecting in that wall of mirros really make for a room filled with light. The gardens seens from these floor-to-ceiling windows are beautiful to look at. The gardens had already finished with their beautiful array of blossoms by the time we visited.