Watch Your Step

Returning to Bourges gave me opportunity to revisit the cathedral in time to see the crypt, then climb 400 steps to the top of the tower, which spills out a tiny door onto the rooftop. How incredible to look down on a city which is so tightly assembled that you can’t see to the next street, when on ground. It’s like watching a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle magically click together, a la Harry Potter.

With that mission accomplished,it’s now that twilight moment when everyone is walking the streets shopping after work or sitting in the café relaxing before their eight o’clock dinner, yet two hours away. So, as I was taught as a young boy, when in Rome…





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