A grain of salt in Paris

Daniel is in Paris to see his mother and came by Bob’s place to say hello. With a bit of time on our hands, we decided to grab a bite to eat at a local cafe. The Fête de la Musique was beginning to start, so we decided to move off the major streets and… Continue reading A grain of salt in Paris

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Fête de la Musique

The French know how to party in the streets. I think this comes from their tradition of regular protests, strikes, and rallies. I’ve never seen a protest rally as huge and jovial as the last time Bush decided to visit Paris. The streets were filled with groups from every walk of life gathering to bang… Continue reading Fête de la Musique

London calling

I’m on the train back to Paris, the Chunnel is calling and I’m heading its way. Visit my flickr account for more photos. The weather report for my trip to London predicted super hot, muggy days; the warmest in ages. After sweltering in Paris, I figured it was just going to get worse. Surprisingly, the… Continue reading London calling

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