Hotel de l'Arcade
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Sonia Delaunay's exhibit "The Colors of Abstraction" is currently at the Musee de l'Art Moderne. Her husband, Robert, is featured in a separate show at the Pompidou Center. During the early 20th century both created large abstract works in bright colors with geometric forms. Sonia Delaunay (1885 - 1979) excelled in the fields of fashion, costume design, and interior decoration. Some of ...
... in search for the toilette. I have to talk about the toilets, they are disgusting. It was unisex and it seems to be the norm to pee everywhere but in the bowl. Nor is their any handwash!
We managed to find our way back to the apartment in the dark and settled down. Doug was quite disappointed that of the 300 odd channels on TV, the only English ones are news channels. He hasn't quite grasped the fact that we're in a non English speaking country yet!
... familiar but many quite unknown. My first glimpse of his home through the garden gave me goosebumps. Visiting inside the house revealed surprising insights into his personal life. We knew he loved Japanese art but we found that many of the rooms had walls totally covered by Japanese prints. There were also many paintings by his contemporaries. The house was full of light, bright colours and textural patterns in drapes, carpets ...
... to the tower about a week ago, including a trip right to the top of the tower They were fully booked a week ahead, and I was glad to have a booking when I saw the queues that had formed already (just to go to the lower levels) when I turned up at 8.45am. I was one of a party of about 30 that were booked to go to the top at 9am, when they opened. Standing in the small group of people under the tower ...
... I am buying a 4 day pass, but I corrected her and paid for 2 days. "Sorry, I am not awake yet but it is early in the morning", said the girl (10 AM!). I guess I wasn’t awake either and didn’t examine the pass. At the end of 2 days I was about to throw my pass away, when I noticed a number 4 printed on it. Mistakenly she gave me a 4-day pass!
From Cluny I went to the Pantheon, that visit was also covered by the pass. Currently the cupola ...