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Week One

So, I have been in Paris for a week, and let me just say, it’s been wild. Between getting over jet lag, adjusting to life in Paris, and meeting new people, I have had so many things to talk about, but I never knew where to start. 544 more words


Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine de Vézelay

Et voilà, on monte tout en haut du village et on arrive à la Basilique que l’on apercevait déjà au loin dans la brume depuis la voiture. 152 more words


The Real G.O.A.T.

As I browsed through the depths of 302 blogs, I came across a blog labelled “Dinner with Michael Jordan”. The blog talked about Michael Jordan’s success both on the basketball court and in the corporate world. 514 more words

Prompt 1- Past Blogs

Hy-Vee serves up a beyond-product strategy

Otmane Sid El Rhazi de Supermarket News.

Bill Bishop stopped by one of Hy-Vee’s new Des Moines stores and came away impressed with how they continue to grow their business by pairing a strong focus on food with a great experience.

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Henri Cartier-Bresson "Pen, Brush and Camera"

This is a terrific documentary on the life and work of Henri Cartier-Bresson, arguably one of the greatest photographers of the 20th century (to which he humbly says: “bullshit!”). 92 more words


Another New (to Us) Paris Restaurant

Le Royal Opera, 19 Avenue de l’Opera, Paris
We’d walked past this café/restaurant many times on our way to and from the apartment. Once we stopped for tea and a croissant and sat outside on your way to the Roissy Bus. 163 more words