Top to Bottom: (1) Pont des Arts bridge. Former “Locks of Love” bridge. 4th Arr. (2) David Maison Delicatessen. 4th Arr. (3) Lunch by the Siene. 4th Arr. (4) Royal Galerie. 8th Arr. (5/6) Du Pain et des Idées. 10th Arr. (6/7) The Louvre. 1st Arr. (8) Mona Lisa at the Louvre (9) Arc De Triomphe. 8th Arr. (9) Champs-Élysées from Arc de Triompe (10)Avenue de la Grande Armée from Arc de Triomphe (11)Musée d’Orsay. 7th Arr. (12) La nuit étoilée [Starry Night] by Vincent Van Gogh at Musée d’Orsay (13) Eiffel Tower. 7th Arr. (14/15) La Basilique du Sacré Cœur de Montmartre. 18th Arr.
Top to Bottom: (1) British pub food in downtown with our generous guests (2) All Saints Church (3) London Symphony Orchestra open rehearsal practice in Trafalgar Square (4/5) Big Ben (6) Westminster Church (7) Buckingham Palace (8) Dishoom. Indian Restaurant (9) Hyde Park (10) Sunny Day in Highbury. Suns out, people out (11) monopoly (12) Camden Markets (13) Borough Market.
“Paging Mr. H”
“Sir, we’re terribly sorry, would it be okay to bump you up to business class?
“What, then, is marriage for? It is for helping each other to become our future glory-selves, the new creations that God will eventually make us. The common horizon husband and wife look toward is the Throne, and the holy, spotless, and blameless nature we will have. I can think of no more powerful common horizon than that, and that is why putting a Christian friendship at the heart of a marriage relationship can lift it to a level that no other vision for marriage approaches” Tim Keller #6months #love #simplytwophotography
This was one memorable fine dining experience. Thanks to TJ for handling the planning and all the explanations of the dishes in context to their origins. Fantastic food, great company and a funny, fascinatingly idiosyncratic chef.