A Day at d’Orsay

A Day at d’Orsay

Musee d’Orsay deserves a post of its own, not only for the beautiful architecture of the old train station turned gallery (it’s the former Gare d’Orsay, a Beaux-Arts railway station built 1898-1900), but also for the incredible contents within. There’s a reason d’Orsay plays host to over 3,500,000 visitors a year! Musee d’Orsay is known for its outstanding impressionist and post-impressionist collection,...

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From A to Zagreb – In Love With Croatia

From A to Zagreb – In Love With Croatia

Welcome to Croatia, one of my new favorite countries, and its Capitol, Zagreb. Zagreb is a gateway into a country full of beautiful scenery, interesting history, and kind people. It’s a great mix of old and new, including old peeling walls… …beautiful churches… …and a bustling square. Art appears everywhere, spilling out into the streets… …and great graffiti graces the walls. It’s also a city full...

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The Artsy Town of Chang Mai, Thailand

The Artsy Town of Chang Mai, Thailand

Why did I return to Thailand after a week in Cambodia? Because the artsy town of Chang Mai was calling me, as were my new friends from the meditation retreat. As an American, you get a month tourist visa in Thailand, then if you leave the country, even for an hour or two, you can get another month. I had thought I’d continue on in Cambodia and Vietnam, but when friends suggested that, as an artist, I might appreciate Chang Mai, I decided...

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