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Scene in Europe,
Scene 4,
Paris, L’ombre dans l’Eau / Voyages Extraodinaires

The Arts et Metiers metro station in Paris was deserted and glowed like the inside of Jules Verne’s Nautilus with its mock porthole windows, copper clad walls and giant cogs peering down from the roof. 1,001 more words


Paris. Art Underground. Arts & Metiers Metro Station.

I love using the Metro (or subway, Underground or however you wanna call it) in every city I visit. It’s cheap, fast, easy to navigate, great for people-watching and here and there you can also spot some great artworks. 48 more words



L’Attirail is another of those great and wonderous places that I discovered, and obviously had such a good time at, that I forgot its name and where it was and was just left with the hazy impression that I had not spent much money and had eaten something carb-y. 124 more words

Kate Ross

Museums and rainy days... A perfect combo.

The family vacation has begun! My mum and sister arrived on Saturday afternoon, and after their first fresh croissants of the trip and a jet-lag induced snooze, we had a relaxing evening with a short walk around the 5th Arrondissement around the Pantheon, down by the Sorbonne, and complete with crêpes on our way home. 1,524 more words