Novotel Paris Est
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... from the bible. I'm just in awe at the devotion that people put forth in the creation of these places of worship. I keep thinking about our temples and the beauty inside and out. They aren't ornate just beautiful places to worship and serve. Once we finished up at Saint-Chapelle we exited and heard the bells of Notre Dame ringing and scurried over to catch the beginning of a giant mass. Mystery solved! There was an outside processional and beautiful music along ...
Had my appointed telephone call with the Notaire to discuss French wills. All sorted and thankfully not necessary. Bit overcast today so we got a bit of work done, went out and took some prints to be framed, coffee at KB and bought some flowers. Decided a lunch at Cafe Matisse was in order. Senior madam wasn't there and when I asked it appears she has hurt her ankle and is going to be off for ten day. ...
... with the names of those who died during the July 1830 revolution. Over the Corinthian capital is a gallery 4.9 metres wide, surmounted with a gilded globe, on which stands a colossal gilded figure, Auguste Dumont's Génie de la Liberté (the "Spirit of Freedom"). Perched on one foot in the manner of Giambologna's Mercury, the star-crowned nude brandishes the torch of civilisation and the remains of his broken chains. ...
... along with the young choristers of the cathedral. The service begins with the priest having a brief enrobment and blessing of two new altar boys. The tenor of the service struck me as more formal and solemn that at Sacre Coeour last week. It was the festival of St Cecilia, the patroness of musicians, thus explaining why the orchestra was there. The service ends with the priest processing out of the building carrying the holy host viewer, or monstrance during ...
... the setting of the Musee d'Histoire Contemporaine where Napoleon is buried. It was a short walk from here to the Musee Rodin. Fortunately for us, admission to Paris museums is free on the first Sunday of the month! We were not disappointed! We saw the must sees: The Thinker, The Kiss and The Gates of Hell. There is also a cafe in the garden, so we ate lunch and enjoyed more of Rodin's works in the Gardens before seeing the ...