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Thursday, September 30, 2010

I'm Just a Bit Off Kilter


We tramped around the Marais district for a few hours today, in addition to visiting a couple of medical museums and the Musee d'Orsay. But first the neighborhood visit.






Howard was beginning to feel a bit shaggy, so he decided a Paris haircut might be the hip thing to do. Viola!




We got to meet up with a young friend, formerly of Salem (she went to school with Amy), who is now a beautiful young woman. Amity is living in Paris and doing all sorts of exciting things. We had an excellent meal at Le Potager du Marais (a vegetarian restaurant) and had fun catching up.






We visited two medical museums on Thursday, both at the medical school. The first, the Musee Dupuytren, was filled with specimens and because the images might be disturbing to sensitive readers (and to third graders, Mrs. Staley), I've put those images at the end of this post. The other museum, the Musee d'Historie de la Medecine, was small and quite interesting. I just love medical history . . .




















On Thursday evening we visited the Musee d'Orsay, a lovely museum. Unfortunately, they allowed no photos to be taken, so here's my one lonely photo to share.


A gentle warning that the following images might be a bit disturbing to some of you and others will want MORE, which I have.













Only one more day in Paris and then we fly home on Saturday morning. What to do on our final day . . .

4 comments:

Paula McNamee said...

Merci pour sharing your adventures in France and Paris. It's fun to travel with both of you. Makes me want to plan another trip to France. Have a safe trip home.

stephanie brockway said...

how did I not know about the creepy medical museum?...bring back some of that hot chocolate!...we'll have to see if the drinking choclate at the heathman compares....looking good, those boots were made for walking!

Tory Brokenshire said...

My favorite kinda stuff, sick as it sounds it all looks wonderful!

Anonymous said...

"I could not get to the disturbing photos you posted fast enough. Is that wrong to be so terribly twisted? Oh thats right, you took em! Never mind. Poooof!" Sam