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Although the tour was solely in french it was fortunate for us that the guide asked me where we were from. When I told him we were from Australia he was interested because a friend had lived in Aus for a year. Indirectly this now meant we received a personal abridged version of the tour at each viewing point, yeh!
Next stop was lunch in transit at a Cafe in Gourdon, where indirectly again , we found out it was Aug ...
... she just got back from 3 months is Tunisia, teaching filmmaking to young students. It was great to see her for coffee and to walk the streets with her briefly and see the city through her eyes. The last visitor was Kelv. He trained from London to spend the day with me in Paris. This one is important. Always has been, always will be. He is another connection made during my time in Buenos Aires. The two of us have had adventures there along with Phoenix, Seattle, ...
... some strange way I was rather proud of her. Like father like daughter.
I bought the shoes in San Jose just to take to Paris and feel all sharp. I guess they will have a sharp odor to them now.
**************************************< br> In other news that week, Carissa who was starting to go stir crazy with the kids in the house went out by herself with the kids for the first time (its quite the event with all that ...
... there was a Lichtenstein retrospective that interested both girls, so we did those. Emma and Mitch and I tackled the contemporary floor, which seemed to continue the story of art that had begun at the Louvre on Friday and continued at the Orsay Sunday. Only the story was fragmented now, as if seen through a kaleidoscope, all bright, nonsensical sculptures and simple, symbolic objects. At the Lichtenstein retrospective, the ...
... you the passage of time which is SUCH a big change. Inside the Pompedou we saw a Roy Liechtenstein exhibit, and we also saw post modern art and contemporary art. There was an exhibit that was dimly lit that you could walk through. It was a small white room with black lines and squiggles, but the floor was uneven so it was a little hard to maneuver in the light. What I thought was really interesting about the exhibits was that new break throughs in art kept ...