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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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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Mr. Eiffel's Tower

Paris, France No one has never heard of Eiffel Tower – except if you came from another planet. I had it on my bucket list to go to the very top and drink champagne. A dinner wouldn’t be bad too. But just to see the tower, have pictures taken and watch it sparkle at nightContinue reading

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Paris

Paris, France The walk at this Paris’ famed avenue is about 1.3 km long (or about 0.7 mile) if you start from Place de la Concorde ending all the way to Arc de Triomphe. But my friend and I decided to do it all the way from Louvre. Add little detours on Rue Saint-Honoré andContinue reading

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