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... striking designs in the exhibit were the Egyptian-themed dance costumes and the 1920's coats and evening gowns. The exhibit includes color film of a 1920's fashion collection and some black & white footage from a party she designed. No photos were permitted in the exhibit.
Curiously, her geometric designs are echoed in the current fashions of both Valentino and Chanel this season.
We left Geneva after lunch because we didn't make it in time for the early train but we enjoyed a morning of reading on a park bench above the gardens overlooking Lake Geneva. We had our lunch at a sidewalk cafe and then made our way to the train station around 2:30.
We rode across the last little bit of Switzerland and into France for the second time on this trip. After making a couple of brief stops early on the TGV train ...
... This whole experience at Giverny has certainly inspired me to try a series of paintings on similar subjects.
We arrived home about 8pm having picked up a bottle of rose and some treats from the local boulangerie for our last dinner. John did his final rebuttal work while he still had WiFi and I facetimed Sarah and Phil and spoke to the girls as Zoe will have her 9th birthday tomorrow while we are on our way to Budapest.
... the way up to the top, I have to admit I felt a bit nervous about the open lift ride up, I don't like heights at the best of times. However they hurried us up to the second floor and then straight into the lift to the top, I didn't have time to think about how high we were. On the way up I looked into the middle of the lift and not out of the windows, but felt a bit foolish when I saw that little kids had ...
... restoration but I saw inside the main floor and the crypt where famous French citizens are buried.
At the same time I was doing the walk from my book, called “Cluny, the Sorbonne and Montagne Ste-Genevieve (Latin Quarter)”. The walk took me to the tiny streets behind the Pantheon and to Place de la Contrescarpe, a lovely little square next to rue Cardinal Lemoine where Hemingway used to live, and on top of rue Mouffetard, a ...