As an ex-Catholic I'm fascinated by miracles and relics. That's why I had to go to the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal to see the body of St. Catherine Laboure, the saint who created the Miraculous Medal at the urging of the Virgin Mary. When she was exhumed, 57 years after her burial, her body was found to be "incorrupt" and supple. It looks pretty waxy to me. However the chapel is quite pretty and appears to be very popular.
Lunch today was pizza and salad, but I forgot to take the photo until halfway through the meal.
We got this in a very touristy area near Pompidou Centre, but it was delicious. Afterword, we stopped for gelato.
We were in the Pompidou Centre neighborhood to attend a free concert by a vocalist singing a Bach cantata at St-Merri.
Today's cheeses: Camembert and Selles-sur-Cher