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... on pronunciation and spelling. He worked really well for me and then almost immediately went and did his homework!
Noémie has been creating this restaurant since I got here and today was it's opening day. So after dinner, we were invited to the opening of her restaurant! She even had real food that she and Rowena had bought at the store today. How cute is that? She was really excited to invite us to eat. It was absolutely adorable.
Tonight, I read with Noémie. ...
... they were doing in France to films. The one had been enrolled in translator school (cool beans) because he spoke French, English, and Chinese. He had decided he didn't want to finish that though, and I'm not sure what he was doing now. The other guy was his brother from taiwan who didn't speak french, so he was kindof hard to talk to.
From there, I talked to Siyu a bit, learned a little bit about her life and her boyfriend since the age of 18 (lol, does this ...
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An by Block The Ads"> installation was being set up that looks like a huge brass horn (I’m talking 300metres long) that reminded me of the Cornucopia in The Hunger Games. It was epic.
We then drove to an Aire and drank about 4 bottles of wine and apparently I cooked an excellent dinner with our new gas.
Traumatic day…Au revoir
... like this, London by comparison in clean. Maybe it's just where we are staying, but the Parisians just throw cigarette buts and rubbish on the ground, and so much bird poo. Next time we would stay Paris for a few days then experience more rural or provincial France. It's nice to see some very early architectural features still remain, including the old Paris wall. The French government was mostly done well to preserve what was left after the war. ...
Paris... The city of love, food, wine, art, culture, museums, gardens, architecture and fashion. It evokes many images and travel dreams and we were fortunate enough to immerse ourselves into a full 8 days of wonderfully gay Paris cliche moments. We ticked off a lot of the big icons such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Musee D'Orsay, Montmartre, Champs Elysses, Arc de Triumph, Notre Dame and Versailles but also enjoyed walking the streets and gardens just taking it all in. We ...