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We spent the whole day at the Louvre. It is massive! We got lost a few times. The displays on ancient Egypt and Greece were amazing. The ancient Egypt stuff was awesome as some of the artefacts were enormous. The Mona Lisa was nice but too many people were cramming to get photos to really enjoy viewing it. There were some wonderful paintings but not enough time to ...
... pint of Guinness (for 9 Euros) and Jean a half for 4 Euros. When I ordered the barman said "bad news it's happy hour, Pints are only 5 Euros" so we had a pint each :-)))
How unlucky was that?
Back home to a beer and a wine with Alan and Nicky and 2 tired kids.
Tomorrow we are going on another walk.......to the Irish Pub!!!!
... audio tour which had some great stories about the history of each of the artists and told me what I was actually looking at but ultimately I came away feeling confused.
Leaving the museum Steven shared with me a thought he had about how the art world is basically a cult. His rationale for this theory is that you care about it and it makes sense to you when you're in it (the arty people) but from the outside (the rational people) ...
Paris I LOVE YOU!
Wow what a day.... Out the door by 11:30 and back after 10pm
Breakfast in the apartment this morning and then we walked to the Arc De Triomphe and up to the very top for the incredible view, we took our time up there taking lots of photos. I had to pinch myself (Denham literally did) so many times today.
As we were crossing the street a man beside us bent down to find a ...
... 1280) from the medieval world. During this Age of Faith, most every church in Europe had a painting like this one. Mary was a cult figure -Altarpieces like this followed the same formula: Somber iconic faces, stiff poses, elegant folds in the robes, and generic angels -St. Francis of Assisi Receiving the Stigmata, by Giotto (circa 1290) -Italian renaissance paintings -religious, 3D, symmetrical and with depth -Virgin, Child and St. Anne, ...