Le Moulin de Lily
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... from Genesis at the bottom and read up to the top and in a reverse "S" motion. Simply amazing.
Then it was on to Notre Dame. We were lucky again, no lineups and a church service going on at the time of our visit. Construction started in the 1163 making the start of 170 years of toil by armies of Gothic architects and medieval craftsmen. This cathedral is a Gothic masterpiece, standing on the site of a Roman temple. At the time this was ...
... Office and at State Farm for New Management Orientation Tours. The key to being a good tour guide as it is in teaching any of the SF classes I taught is to make a connection with the people. Tell them about you and ask about them...make them feel you want to know about them. One of my favorite quotes comes to mind, "People will forget what you say. People will forget what you did. But people will NEVER forget the way you made them feel." ...
... t have to use it. By now its way too late to get a cab and catch my train, so I railroad Mr Schmidt into driving me into the train station in Strasbourg arriving in plenty of time, thankfully! The poor guy didn't really have a choice and hopefully I didn't muck up his day too much. Of course I've got too many bags and a lovely soldier boy helps me with them. Travelling first class is nice - was the only ticket ...
... the tables (and chairs) are turned on you and you become the spectacle. The French have turned this practice of gazing at others into art. Lacan psychoanalysed the gaze. And Sartre philosophised it. But it's not until you're actually here that you experience and understand its nuances. Today we visited Montmartre known for its community of legendary bohemian artists like Dali, Monet, Picasso and Van Gogh. To explore the area involves climbing lots of ...
Slept well. Heard from Jan and Pat about 10:00. They had arrived and were on their way to their hotel. We arranged to walk over and meet them there at 12:00 and find somewhere for lunch. The are staying not too far away in Rue Monsieur des Prince. We met up with them and then walked back towards Rue de Saint Germaine, and found a cafe boasting lovely sun dappled tables. A pleasant lunch and a couple of glasses of wine were enjoyed and ...
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