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Walking in Paris

Anthony and I arrived at the Paris Nord train station and walked just a block to our B&B, A Room in Paris. Our room was lovely — exactly what I pictured for a Paris apartment. 701 more words


[Jetset Video] Why Is Paris So Unbelievably Gorgeous Even In The Rain?



Meet me in the rain? No, these aren’t just lyrics to Chris Martin’s latest tune.

Two weeks ago, Paris was drenched in pouring rain. 153 more words


BDC. Barcelona Drawing City en París

¿Qué sería hoy en día de Barcelona sin su ilustración? Paula Bonet, Conrad Roset, Irene Bou, Lantomo, Albert D. Arrayás, son algunos de los nombres que están siendo más oídos estos últimos años, y es que parece ser que esta rama artística está empezando a cuajar o quizás ya ha cuajado tanto que precisa de su expansión, quien sabe, lo que si es seguro es que todos estos artistas que forman parte de esta escena artística no dejan indiferentes al espectador, de momento barcelonés, pero, que pasa si salimos de esta ciudad e incluso del país? 176 more words


Paris in black and white

It’s not the first time we’ve done a post on Paris; it’s true, the city of lights and more just keeps drawing us back as an art, design and culture destination, where we soak in all the inspirations and translate that into better ideas for our marketing work. 90 more words

Feature Articles And Posts

Le Marais

Le Marais–one of the visibly oldest neighborhoods in Paris. Once known as the poorest, dirtiest, and smelliest areas of the capitol is now somewhat of a museum where you can walk through time and see how the buildings and streets have changed over the past several centuries. 248 more words

Kosher Falafel..

Falafel, some might call it street food I call it vegan heaven served on plate.

What is Falafel? It’s a traditional Middle Eastern food, a deep-fried vegan meatball composed of chickpeas with fava beans. 48 more words


3 Days in Paris: Or, How an American Living in London Tried to Become une Parisienne in a Weekend.

London and Paris are practically kissing cousins, so it will come as no surprise if I admit I’ve ventured across the channel at least annually since relocating to Britain, but this time I wanted to attempt to experience Paris as the Parisians do, so I figured I best begin with some flânerie. 186 more words