All I do is eat and take pictures of churches.

Jonathan and I have now mastered the art of daytripping; today we meandered around Caen and had a wonderful time. It was gorgeous outside, so we were able to shed a few layers of clothes as we popped in and out of three different cathedrals, the ruins of an ancient chateau, a packed-to-the-ceilings bookshop, and a mediocre art museum, and, of course, ate some seriously yummy meals.

Take a look at some shots I got along the way:

Seeing ghosts inside l'Eglise de Saint-Pierre

Seeing ghosts inside l’Eglise de Saint-Pierre

 

Peeking in at William the Conquerer's tomb in the Abbaye des Hommes

Peeking in at William the Conquerer’s tomb in the Abbaye des Hommes

 

Nonsensical organ pipes

Nonsensical organ pipes for those of you who like that sort of thing

 

Standing where William the Conquerer once built his castle.

Standing where William the Conquerer once built his castle.

 

I had to show Jonathan the scones that Dani and I ate last week! Just as delicious the second time.

I had to show Jonathan the scones that Dani and I ate last week! Just as delicious the second time around.

Lovely day, interesting sights, filling food, and great company.

What more could you ask for?

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2 comments on “All I do is eat and take pictures of churches.

  1. Rhonda Catanzaro says:

    Beautiful! Why are the organ pipes nonsensical? I, for one, would dearly love to be a choir member just once and sing along with those pipes! Perhaps the Gounod Ave Maria? Yes, the scones are beautiful–your photos make me hungry!

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