Les Toits De Paris
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... space than the house that records turn of the century life so well. A case in point is Norman Lindsay's home and studio in the Blue Mountains NSW - the studio creates a sense that the artist has just popped outside. Even the paint brushes were still there. So interesting. So alive.
The accompanying gallery opened our eyes to the different impressionist movements - our philistine explanation is 'different ways of doing dabs of paint that close up look a ...
... leaving our apartment around 10 o'clock, figuring we'd walk around the area in which we once stayed before meeting Danielle at noon. In order to reach Montmartre, we first took the metro from Passy to Le Motte-Picquet, where we then switched to bus #95 for the ride up to rue Caulaincourt. It was interesting to walk up this curving street, which we'd walked many times before, to see which stores and cafes were still in ...
Clad in a beautiful chocolate brown box with red lining, and including a small red glass (wine not included), and modern metal silverware, the box lunch is the quintessential representation of the finest of French gastronomy, take-out style. The boxes are around 37 euros each ($50 today) with a 30 euros delivery charge ($40).
After my post the ...
... to invent a valve for the horn. According to the Brass Society, "Heinrich Stoelzel (1777-1844), a member of the band of the Prince of Pless, invented a valve which he applied to the horn by July of 1814 (considered the first French Horn)" and "Friedrich Blühmel (fl. 1808-before 1845), a miner who played trumpet and horn in a band in Waldenburg, is also associated with the invention of the valve." (Thank you, Mary Bellis, writing in About.com)
... them last week. We actually thought we might rest yesterday to get ready for the flight home, but we did quite a few kilometres again. As Nise said, we can rest on the plane.
Well the time really has come now, and we need to leave the hotel to come home. We are really looking forward to seeing all our family and friends when we get back, and to being able to relax for a few days.
See you soon,
Alan and Nise