She asked us if we were from Japan and said there’s a word to describe the taste, “umami.” It was a delicate smoked ham flavor with the hint of a hard cheese in the aftertaste.
Posted on 06.29.15 under Paris
Is a flea market on Rue de Feutrier. The last several years it has rained, but this Sunday was gorgeous!
There seems to be a lot of interest in taxidermy and large mounted insects in display boxes.
And a pinpoint of interest in Nazis, perhaps…
And breasts are always in fashion.
But what does an alligator have to do with a kindergarten?
I think we discussed sociopolitical issues, but perhaps that was my imagination.
But the real treasure was the vintage Sony Walkman in mint condition!
Ground Control is an art space/multiple bar and brasserie/event space/playground that exists for one year at a specific location.
An unused government property, in this case an old railway station, is taken over for a limited amounted of time and transformed into a cultural destination.
Kim Rosselier (ne Kim Gérard) has an exhibition there until next week.
Isaac checked out all the nooks and crannies.
We got one of Kim’s t-shirts.
It’s a fun space. Great for sunbathing!
Posted on 06.23.15 under Paris
We are here for a BlytheCon and staying near Sacre Coeur in Paris…
Here’s the view from the window.
Victoire was kind enough to let us stay in her and Julian’s place!
There are warnings for pickpockets everywhere…
Lots of nice textures, everywhere.
More Opera. Good place to change your money, too.
The cat that lives in the building. Seems like an old soul.
Every journey starts with a first step. THE TRANSMUTANT has taken that first tentative step by making the quarter finals of a screenplay contest: Annual Stage 32 Happy Writers Feature Contest.
At least two or three steps need to be taken before anyone gets too excited…
In 2075, a jaded war correspondent infiltrates a hit team carrying the head of a charismatic spiritual leader to a lab for re-animation. If he can outfox the hit team and save the leader from being turned into the Anti-Christ, it could mean peace on earth.