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... Chapel. This was awesome! Remember " The Divinci Code". Some of it was filmed here. The stonework is amazing. Rich Family started building this chapel 1036. He started building it when he was 30 but died when he was 35 so it never got to be completed to the big cathedral he envisaged. Lovely columns built by apprentice who ...
... upper floors where conditions were most cramped. The second storey was originally occupied by Gladstone himself but after one of his ships was attacked by pirates he needed to raise some cash, so he let it to a wealthy businessman and moved up to the third storey.
All the guides are very informative and we learn that the origin of the term 'piggy back' derives from the fact that people used to keep a pig and the children used to ride on its back. We also see ...
... This Chapel was featured in the movie, "The Da Vinci Code". Before the movie was made, there were 30,000 visitors annually to the chapel. After the movie was released, the number of visitors increased to 170,000 annually. A lot of this was lost on Wayne who though not a Catholic, made a sacred vow never to see a Tom Hanks movie after "Forrest Gump".
We had dinner in Le Champagne (and La Champagne (the specialty restaurant created by the ...
... Once at the gallery we saw it had a cafe, just like at Kelvingrove. Unlike Kelvingrove, it was expensive, so we decided to cross that bridge when we came to it.
The art collection itself was ok. My personal preference is impressionism and realism, and the beginning of the first exhibit was a huge, ceiling to floor painting in the classical style that was something mythological. Ew, who cares. They had a few paintings that I did enjoy, but I was enthralled by their replica of ...
... bike (Nam/Laos)
Honourable mention: The whole of Vietnam, Islands and the North of Thailand
There is actually too many favourite places.... this list is getting ridic.
Our Best food:
Bun cha (Hanoi)
Kaya toast (Singapore)
Cao lau (Hoi An)
Baguettes (Nha Trang)
Fried Rice (Vang Vieng)
Honourable mention: for all the dumplings we ate and the New York deli sandwiches, felafel and ...
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