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We started the morning off with Music class and then a Music excursion to the Opera House. I guess there was a feeling that something should be done for the exorbitant price of the concert last night. I really enjoyed seeing the Opera House. Our tour guide was very good and explained things well. We were able to see the inside with the box seats because they were setting up for another event.
After the Opera House, we headed toward the Pompidou. We found a Greek sandwich shop nearby and got sandwiches and French fries. My chicken was very fresh and the veggies on the sandwich satisfied the incurable desire for something green. We made a little picnic out in front of the Pompidou which is not a very attractive building at all.
The Pompidou contains Modern Art. It’s very hard to convince most people that the things that are made by Modern Artists are truly art. When we arrived upstairs, the guides told us that the work that was normally there had been removed and they had a special exhibition. After walking around for a while seeing film of a hand trying to catch falling nails and light up boxes, I took a seat and spent sometime just thinking and catching up on my Art journal.
After the Pompidou, we headed back to the hotel, got some dinner and relaxed for a while. For our last night in
After sitting and talking for a couple hours, we decided to head back to the hotel to pack for our trip tomorrow. On our way down the hill, we ran into some people who had just graduated from UGA and were traveling