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Published: February 28th 2005
The Rodin musee was a good size, and filled with excellent work. His sculpture style is very loose qnd expressive, almost like a carved gesture sketch. I loved it.
Well, it's been awhile since I last updated, and another couple of weeks have blurred by. Snow hit the city hard last weekend, and even though the skies are blue now, the temprature is -2 to -6 degrees C. Power went out at the school on monday, so students were locked out for the rest of the week while they fixed electricity stuff. For me this ment a very long week of wandering, museums, doodling, and avoiding being outside in the frozen city as much as possibile. Highlights were the Rodin sculpture museum, the Marais and Bastielle areas at night, and a swingin underground jazz club with new american friends
Today we've been let back into the building, so I'm trying to get as much animation done today before catching a flight to Ireland tomorrow! With another week off, and dirt-cheap plane tickets, there was no way I could resist. I've booked 3 nights at a hostel in Dublin, and who knows where the rest of the week will take me. Any must-see advice from people who have been there appreciated. I'm just looking forward to speaking english, warm pubs and music, and meeting other travellers. I'll return the following
Someone has got some thinking to do...
Rodin's most famous sculpture.
tuesday with lots of pictures. Dublin is also boasting a hearty 5 degrees C at the moment, so I can't wait.
Here's a bunch of random shots from the week. More comics on the way later as well. Happy March!
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