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A Walk: Louvre Museum to Arc de Triomphe

Cold winter morning

The sky was dimmed with heavy clouds

Trees has still no life

But everything is perfect

Perfect for a walk.

As you walk to the Tuileries Garden… 209 more words

Tour

Paris- A City of Love

It was an usual day at office, I was busy creating some design documents when I was called by my manager in a meeting room. I go In thinking what is coming on the way, and to my surprise my manager asks me to visit Paris on 3 days training program. 485 more words

Europe

The City of Love and Baguettes

This post is about my love/hate affair with the stunningly seductive city of Paris. There is a reason why Paris is one of the world’s most famous and loved cities in the world. 404 more words

Wanderlust

World War One @ One Hundred



Unidentified Photographer, This man-age-81-lived in a cellar-with his wife-who was killed by a shell…, ca. 1916-1918 (2010.83.1)
Written with ink on verso: “Couchy-le-Chateau (This man-age-81-lived in a cellar-with his wife-who was killed by a shell in 1916, during the four years of war. 195 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

April 2013: Paris

So, April 2013 was an interesting month, mainly taken up by the Easter holidays. Part of these was taken up by the church holiday club, which was wild west themed, and I did some helping at that but mainly doing technical stuff rather than with children because I struggle to sit on the floor for any length of time! 647 more words

Louis Vuitton "keep it" bracelet

We love buying bracelets wherever we travel. Thus we have souvenir that reminds us of our trip and of the other one with us all the time. 152 more words

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