To Buttes-Chaumont today to faire un pique-nique.

To Buttes-Chaumont today to faire un pique-nique.

Eiffel street art by ricardoalmiana on Flickr.

Eiffel street art by ricardoalmiana on Flickr.

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Luxembourg, Paris | by © Sara Berger

Luxembourg, Paris | by © Sara Berger

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"April in Paris"

…is apparently an Americanized phenomenon. Louis and Ella may sing about it, but my professors have no idea what stereotypical weight that phrase carries. Instead, they say, “en avril, ne te découvre pas un fil”—in April, don’t even remove one thread. So I guess that means we’re still in for the showers bringing flowers.

Now I’m done with the weather analysis sorry.

A little light reading for the weekend.

A little light reading for the weekend.


| ♕ |  Paris winter - Ile St-Louis  | by © Carin Olsson | via ysvoice

| ♕ |  Paris winter - Ile St-Louis  | by © Carin Olsson | via ysvoice

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Spring in Paris | via applepieandcoffee


Springtime finally

Spring in Paris | via applepieandcoffee

Springtime finally

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bobbycaputo:

Paris Then and Now

Photos from the exact spots about 100 years apart

French news site Rue89 has an impressive series of photos in Paris of today compared to a hundred years ago

Paris in the teens of the century is the place to be.

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palides:

(by Gabi Montes)


I MISS MY PILLOW THIS IS MY PILLOW

palides:

(by Gabi Montes)

I MISS MY PILLOW THIS IS MY PILLOW

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Pretty good, I guess…

Pretty good, I guess…

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FINALLY READING

Lille, at last. Including a creepy circus situation and the weirdest zoo ever. Most pleased with their rapid postal services. And the waffles with speculoos.

walk along the quais with Eva today…

walk along the quais with Eva today…

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"More than just a physical space, he explained, a city is a set of cultural norms. “It’s kind of a shared dream.” Stop dreaming, stop continually making decisions to maintain it, and ivy creeps up the walls."

Jason Fagone goes on Neil Freeman’s tour of Bushwick, Brooklyn, and looks at his alternative geography: http://nyr.kr/10bT1Rs (via newyorker)

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