A beautifully intricate fountain in Paris
While I don’t encourage travelling to the States right now, add this one to your list for the future.
I saw Ocean’s Eight last night, and after a rough night with the toddler, my brain is functioning at a very low capacity, so I’m going to stick with what I dreamt about all night: the MET.
The MET was (along with Cartier and the house) the main location of the movie. It was gorgeous, and every bit as fantastic as I remembered. When I visited NYC in 2014, we had about an hour in the museum (not enough time!) and I really want to go back.
Tip: it says that the “recommended entry fee” is $25. But you can pay whatever you like to get in. We paid $2 each.
Go see this movie! It’s fun, and the acting is amazing. I think I liked it better than Clooney’s Ocean’s Eleven – and that’s saying something!
Are you interested in travelling to NYC? You can contact Jennifer Desmarais through Orleans Travel. firstname.lastname@example.org
Oh no! Where are all the people? Where is the Doctor? The Angels are here!
I am helping to organize a new craft fair that is happening March 21, 2015. It is called CON Creative Ottawa Nerds. You can say that you’re going to the event here, and you can like our Facebook page here. Éric wrote about it here.
The first picture taken in New York with the TARDIS was at Columbus Circle. I wish I could have gotten a closer shot.