Off to Paris

Hello everyone! I am currently in the midst of getting all other things done before my flight tomorrow. This will be my last post from California for a month. I have prepared ahead some posts for the next few weeks, however, I will try to squeeze in some posts from Paris. Follow me through InstagramContinue reading

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Le Marais

Paris, France On Rive Droit, at the Right side of the Seine, encompassing 3rd and 4th arrondissements lies one of the most historic areas of Paris that has been known as “The Marsh.” The once swampy area was renovated in the 12th century and became the Jewish quarter, now also called the hub of Paris’Continue reading

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Louvre

Paris, France One of the advantages of having a Paris Museum Pass is that we can use the ‘express’ line, and not having to wait longer. We arrived early and were one of the first 50 people (out of maybe 15000-average visitors per day) to get in. I didn’t expect that it was going to be aContinue reading

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Strasbourg Cathedral
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Strasbourg, France One good thing about traveling is that you get to see friends whom you haven’t seen in a while. I got to see one of my high school friends who now resides in Strasbourg, about 2 and half hour fast train ride from Paris. It’s so close to the German border, that youContinue reading

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Paris
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Paris, France    The very first time I set foot abroad, I just started to walk. Here, in this very same building, I spent some of my childhood days with some of my favorite people. In the summer of 2013, I was finally able to revisit Rue Casimir Perier after more than a decade. MemoriesContinue reading

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