Le Chat Noir Design Hotel
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... man and the man said he was a glazier making glass for the windows. The pilgrim then wandered further into the work site and found a man sweeping up and asked him what he was doing, and the man replied that he was building a cathedral for the greater glory of God.
We train back to Paris and walk back to the flat from the Ecole Militaire metro stop, pausing to watch men play petanque in the evening light, having had a lovely day of temporal and spiritual nourishment. ...
Busy day today - cold again so really looking like a tourist in a "Paris" fleece, which I bought to stay warm. Had a guided tour through Notre Dame Cathedral, Saint Chapelle and Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal where a Mass was being said with the most beautiful music. Also visited the Eiffel Tower and ad a cruise long the River Seine. Braved the Metro to get back to the hotel, so all in all, had a pretty good ...
Versailles! The French have a word for it...Incroyable! The day did not start off promisingly. In the middle of the night a cracking thunderstorm moved in and rocked the place! "Ah, wonderful!", I thought. This would cool things down and blow over by morning. Well, morning came and the rain did not let up...uh oh! By the time we had eaten breakfast, the downpour had eased into a drizzle so we headed to the Palace. Luckily we were the first in line as the queue grew quickly ...
... briefly recount some of the crazy sculpture art we saw in the Tate by confession that I thought more than one large piece was "poop", literally ( see photos), until I got close enough to see that some of the ********************s! The art must have been fantastic, but I couldn't begin to impress to you w/ why it was so, because 90 percent of it was beyond my feeble grasp.
There was an enjoyable exhibit of satirical magazine covers fr the WW11 era. The covers ...