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Day Four – July 10th 2014 – Paris, France! (PART ONE- Musée du Louvre)

We woke up early this morning to make the most of our one full day in Paris! We headed downstairs to the hostel community kitchen and treated ourselves to croissants covered in chocolate sauce! 441 more words



The best part about being in a museum is seeing a diverse array of people around you. While some are seriously scrutinizing the arwork, others are just busy posing left and right for their next profile picture. 35 more words



A trip to Paris won’t be complete without a trip to the Louvre Museum. This colossal palace is now one of the largest and most visited museums in the world. 57 more words


Parisian Times

As Globetrotter Ravina (yours truly) goes exploring the heat-wave struck European cities and gorging on yummy macaroons (not jealous yet? Wait for it), we bring you some picture-perfect postcard clicks from her trip. 767 more words

Travel Diaries

Mini-Holiday | Paris #2

And moving on to my second post about my mini-holiday in Paris, this year. For those of you who haven’t seen the first post (you can check it… 351 more words


September 7, 1911: Poets Gone Wild -- Again

Guillaume Apollinaire was an important (at least in France) poet and critic of the early 20th century. He was a fan of modern art and is credited with coining the word surrealism. 432 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

[PHOTO] Mark Shaw for LIFE Magazine, 1957

Model wearing a gray Dior suit outside the Louvre Metro station, Paris.

Photographed by Mark Shaw, 1957, for LIFE magazine 

Source: pleasure photo  via vintagegal 

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