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Slowly Catching Up: Museums the Weekend Before Last

My posts are slowly catching up to my actual life, and two weekends ago I hit four (!) museums in Paris.
Bonus tip: A bunch of museums in Paris are free the first Sunday of every month. 161 more words

Shopping, Cluny 2, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 2nd February 2018

Cluny 2 is an intimate and characterful venue converted from a theatre which was formerly a Victorian flax mill. Tonight it hosted three contrasting but complementary bands. 272 more words


Who wasn't at Culloden?

We get many people coming through the exhibition here at Culloden Battlefield & Visitor Centre asking where their clan was in the battle and sometimes the answer isn’t always what they expect. 485 more words


Some Issues in Aquitanian History, pt. 3: Kings and Poitevins, c. 945-955

Previously on ‘Excruciatingly-Detailed Trudge Through The Narrative History Of A Region Where The Sources Aren’t Good Enough To Support Narrative History’, Bishop Stephen II of Clermont had just staked his claim to be the predominant figure in the Auvergne, trading on royal backing and a shift in power after the disappearance from central Gaul of Raymond Pons, the count of Toulouse. 512 more words


Pumarosa @ The Cluny, Newcastle

It would appear that this was the final gig of the year with all three of us in attendance.  We managed 10 as a threesome (threesome+ at times) this year which isn’t bad going.   475 more words


5 Favourite Places on the Left Bank

Head to the iconic Left Bank for a true taste of Paris…

Cafe de Flore – This historical grand dame cafe captures all that there is to like in cafe life. 247 more words


Due novembre: "Ricordati che polvere sei...

La commemorazione dei fedeli defunti appare già nel secolo IX, in continuità con l’uso monastico del secolo VII di consacrare un giorno completo alla preghiera per tutti i defunti. 525 more words