If you’ve been to Paris, you most likely have seen this clock at the Conciergerie. It dates from the 15th Century (although it has been restored several times since, the last one being 1909) and it was the first public clock in Paris.
(or why I am blogging in France tonight instead of being awake in the middle of the night because of jetlag in Japan) If you follow my other blogs a little bit (Ogijima and David in France) you must know that yesterday was supposed the day I moved to […]
A short while ago, I told you about all of those old postcards from the beginning of the 20th Century that I own and that originally belonged to my grandfather. A certain number of them were sent by one of his cousin’s who was sent to the front of […]