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... Catacombs. Honestly, I did not
like it. Seeing all the bones of those dead a while ago was creepy. After that
we headed to the Luxembourg Gardens. They were beautiful and the trees were
perfectly cut which was both weird and pretty neat. Then we went to a
patisserie which was really awesome and really delicious. I tried an apple
crumble and an apple turnover type thing. I hope I can open a bakery one day.
Or study ...
... more months. I was trying to relate, trying to go to museums with them, but realistically I was faking chewing my nails.
The luxury of two more months quickly because the terror. Sometimes I feel like I'm never going to leave. I moved in with a new host family (anyone that's had to haul roughly 1/3 of their life possessions through the Paris Metro will tell you it's anything but pleasant, borderline harrowing when you're doing it on a Friday at 8 in the ...
... item that Tom had wanted to see at Notre Dame was the crown of thorns, which I learned later is stored at the treasury in Notre Dame, but is only displayed on the first Friday of the month and on Easter Sunday.
After exploring the cathedral and seeing the long line outside for the tower to the top of the cathedral, David opted to head back to the apartment for a quick nap where the rest of us headed to see Saint Chapelle. On the ...
... in a funny looking distilling device. Once they have done this the oils all sit on top of the water and are then collected for use. They showed us a Map of the different flowers they import from different countries to create their scents. There was an impressive display of perfume bottles dating from modern times back to medieval time where they made perfume using animal fat and flowers. We then made our way into a chamber where they had a little game prepared called ...
... br> This afternoon I took in the tourist Fair for Azerbaijan in the plaza in front of the Eglise St. Sulpice. I'd visited Azerbaijan years ago. I was surprised to see a big tourist fair like this since back then tourism was not exactly supported. There was a real lack of tourist infrastructure, and travel had been difficult. There were lots of products for sale at the fair: food, crafts, rugs, books, along with exhibits of art ...