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Normandie

My lovely friend Rachel, with whom I will be going to NY in less than 2 days, recently came back from a trip to Normandy. Below are some of the photographs she took of the place: 96 more words

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Repeats

I sometimes think that we never grow up, that certain traits typical of children remain with us forever. Like when we’d give our parents our best art/craft work. 42 more words

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Staple Inn

One of the few Tudor buildings that survived the Great Fire of London of 1666 is Staple Inn on High Holborn. Built in 1545, Staple was one of the nine Inns of Chancery, each of which provided approximately 100 students with accommodation and training in law. 123 more words

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Victoria Street

Built in the 18th century, Victoria Street is one of the easiest streets to identify in Edinburgh because of its colourful facades. Above it there’s Victoria Terrace, full of pubs and open-air cafes, and which is also used regularly by BBC Scotland as a backdrop for interviews! 70 more words

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Houses on the Plateau

One of the coolest neighbourhoods in Montreal is the Plateau. Right by Mount Royal,  it’s got a brilliant mixture of awesome and colourful architecture, cafes, bookshops and an overall feeling of laissez-faire. 74 more words

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Gerberoy

About 35km north of Paris lies the delightful village of Gerberoy. Located within the département of Oise, its architecture is rich in half-timbered houses and there are even traces of a medieval castle. 104 more words

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Champs-Élysées

Paris is in fashion. But has it ever been out of fashion? No, but I do think that lately there is a wave of All Things Paree in the design world. 98 more words

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