still on tomorrow.
|I pass this market on my way to the metro...|
|This reminded me of buildings in Boston|
but this is file, not copper.
I was disappointed in the exhibit. It was nicely done, but very small--2 cases with toiles laid out and another one or two on forms, and 4 or 5 complete garments. The ticket was 10 euros. Thankfully, the book I bought has photos of quite a few garments as well as sketches.
|Candle holder, Musee Cognacq Jay|
|fireplace in Musee Cognacq Jay|
|A bed fit for a queen, Musee Cognacq Jay|
This was a house museum, which I really like, especially when most of the original decor is in place.
I got a prix fixe lunch not far from Cognacq Jay. Roast lamb shoulder with rosemary and apple tart for dessert. Very tasty.
|Really cool, really old watches, Petit Palais|
|Yes, I've got a thing for stairs (Petit Palais)|
My next stop was another place I've been wanting to visit but never got around to it before: Le Petit Palais. The little place. Um, yeah, I guess for a palace it's petit, but it's still a palace. Lots of nice works here, and quite a range: paintings, furniture, objects d'art, sculpture. And the
building is beautiful.
|My view for the concert|
After some shopping, I had a light snack at the apartment, then headed to a concert in one of the most stunning chapels I've ever seen: St. Chapelle. It's small, but mostly stained glass.
|Notre Dame de Paris. Even prettier at night.|