Such a great exhibition about global humanity and the cycle of life, curated by Edward Steichen and first shown at MOMA New York in 1955. It's now archived permanently in a castle in Clervaux, Luxembourg, and is well worth a visit if you're ever in the area.
Ceiling of the amazing Hall of Mirrors. Of the 700 rooms in this palace (you don't get to see all of them, obviously), this one was a favourite. It has 357 mirrors, and many chandeliers that were once operated by a pulley system.
When @mykugelhopf tells you to check a boulangerie out, you do it ..even if you already have four loaves of bread at home (what can I say.. cheese needs company). I'll be coming back for their schwartzbrot, but in the meantime, a croissant and their excellent Vannetais (a white chocolate bread with crunchy sugar crust) made for a very satisfying afternoon tea.