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... as well – the jewels are a couple of works by Raphael. (The Duke was the son of King Louis-Philippe and lived in exile two different periods in England. He died in Italy.)
At 3pm, we took a tour of the private apartments. It was the one tour a day given in English, and there were only three other people. The apartments seem small compared to the royal rooms we are used to seeing, though, of course, they are very large. We saw a small ...
... big that in my mind I have been comparing it to doing a cross-country run, and almost got to the point where I though " Nah, I'm not going to do it and that's that. Nobody can force me, so there".
If there is one thing that you learn in 65 years of living it is that sooner or later you've got to face your fears, because putting things off just prolongs the bad feelings. The other thing I've learned is that when you do face ...
Since it is Sunday, we went to church this morning. Of course, we didn't understand much of the service because it was all in French. We went to Saint Sulpice church, the second largest church in Paris. We chose this church because of the organist, Daniel Roth. He plays a prelude, plays during the service and afterward plays a 25-30 minute ...
... Notre Dame. Despite a few raindrops, we had a great view of the city and found a number of interesting gargoyles (a pelican, an elephant, and one eating something less fortunate). Passing through the glass pyramid of the Louvre, we pushed through the crowds (it is a holiday weekend celebrating the anniversary of the end of WW2) to find the Mona Lisa. Other highlights include the Raft of Medusa, Michelangelo's Slaves, and Venus de Milo. We strolled along the Champs de Elysee to the ...
... all around the school for the festival de Chantilly, I started to want to go to check it out. A brief French lesson; Chantilly in French translates to whipped cream in English. And now you are on the same page as me. I mean, a festival for whipped cream? Who wouldn't want to go!?
After running the idea of going to the festival with some friends, I quickly learned that it was not ...