I hate to boast, but we're really enjoying the sunny-and-65 degree weather here in Angers.
After our morning classes, we went into town on the "rainbow train" and contemplated the contemporary "Chant du Monde" ("Song of the World") tapestry, which is a modern-day response to the "Tapisserie de l'Apocalypse" that we saw on Monday. Afterwards we walked the scenic route through the city, paused for a group photo along the banks of the Maine (with the catherdral in the background) before our rendez-vous at the Galerie de David d'Anjou, the sculpture wing of the Fine Arts Museum. A quick "pause café", then it was back to meet our host brothers and sisters at the school for 6 o'clock.
Tomorrow we're off to Brittany (Mt. St. Michel and St. Malo) and we'll be back late. After that it's just one more day with our French friends.