Category Archives: Paris

The Paris Pantheon and its Crypt

  Paris Pantheon   When I studied abroad in Paris, I lived in the 5th arrondissement, also known as the Latin or Student quarter. The area was perfect for me – lively, filled with students from nearby ENS and la Sorbonne, and full of bistros, cafes and shops on this one particularly long street behind […]

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Tick Tock… The Musee d’Orsay Clock

  Musee d’Orsay Clock   Tick.. tick..tock! It’s officially Friday afternoon and I am SO ready for the weekend! I’m planning to hit up the Forbes museum, check out the new Key West Contemporary Orchid Show at the NY Botanical and (sadly) pop by the office to finish up some work. What about you?   […]

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Musée d’Orsay

  Musee d’Orsay Clock A couple snapshots of the beautiful beaux-arts gallery, the Musee d’Orsay. Orsay features an impressive collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces in addition to a variety of sculptures, furniture and photography.       My favorite part of the visit is the museum itself, which was once the Orsay railway station. […]

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Rodin Museum and Garden

  Rodin Museum   The Rodin Museum is one my favorites, because it’s not so much a traditionally, stuffy museum but more a beautifully curated house and garden dotted with some of Auguste Rodin’s most famous sculptures. A walk into a room here, a stroll through the garden path… every couple feet a new work awaits!   […]

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