The Caen skyline is really pretty. It is full of a church steeples; but, I didn't have a photo.
I really wanted to see this tapestry the last time I visited France; but, our daughter was not that excited about it. This time, though, it was high on my priority list. DH and DD didn't share my exuberance. They, however, did go and admitted that it was pretty cool to see. There are audio guides available with the ticket price that lead you through the viewing. It takes about half an hour to move through the exhibit.
It was amazing to see this tapestry intact and still telling the story after all this time. As a fiber artist who stitches quilts. I don't see any of my quilts hanging around for that length of time. It's just been the last few years, that I haven't sewn quilts for a person. My hope is that the quilts are used up. Often, though, the quilts are "saved." Isn't that just crazy? When you give a quilt is it saved or used??