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Travel to Paris

À Paris

Des milliers des milliers et des milliers d'années
Ne sauraient suffire pour dire
La petite seconde d'éternité
Où tu m'as embrassé
Où je t'ai embrassée
Un matin dans le lumière de l'hiver
Au parc Montsouris
À Paris
À Paris sur la Terre
La Terre qui est un astre
… …
Et la main dans la main
Ils vont sans se frapper
Regardant en chemin
Si Paris a changé

A return to our old cherished sites and our old walk is always a very loved, very important destination. It reminds us of our youth, our carefree outlook on life, the bohemian lifestyle and erstwhile our culture. Having lived nearly 10 years of our lives in Paris we feel and deal with emotion and sensitivity as our second home. Not missing the opportunity, whenever she allow us to do this rejuvenation journey, joy and wellness. Whatever it is written below you should know that it will be influenced by the love we have for this city, it will be a completely personal opinion and of course less impartial.
The first part of the "tour" concerns only a small part of the culinary theme of nutrition and food in general. The wide variety of goods often outsourced from afar, rare or not, cheap or expensive. There will be a second with what I have to show you about Paris and hope to complete the journey there without becoming tedious.

It's unique sense of experiencing again situations and experiences which he had once known. It's like a trip back in time, or as if you never missed! All have changed, everything to stay the same, untouched and unchanged from wear. Do you turn the corner and fall onto your favorite Coffee Shop, Creperie and Restaurant, a small oven neighborhood famed for its superb French baguette and its croissant, your old neighborhoods, unique buildings, bridges, palaces, museums, churches, parks, gardens, squares. The «Art Nouveau» Metro stations are very few (one or two) with their old glazed roof, your school and the wonderful endless paths and walks along the banks of the Seine, the most beautiful river of the land! To remember the times when you came here, near the «Pont des Arts» loaded with pencils and your papers to impressions in sketches with pencils colored the opposite side, where so far, and this was the south wing of the Louvre in the color of memory and sepia! Autumn season, to have fallen the tree leaves to be able to see the whole building without it hiding behind the foliage, a season that the leaves have paved a yellow carpet on the cobblestones of the bank and the air drifts them away like memories …

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Paris, France

The metropolitan area of Paris covers most of the Paris region and has a population ~12,500,000 inhabitants or one fifth of the French population.
Paris was founded in the 3rd century BC from a tribal Celtic group, designated Parisii, who gave the town its name. Since the 12th century, Paris was already the largest city in the western world, a prosperous commercial district and shopping center, and the seat of the University of Paris, one of the first in Europe. In the 18th century, it was the focus of the French Revolution and became an important center of economy, trade, fashion, science and the arts, a position he retains today. Since the 19th century, the residential area of ​​Paris has grown far beyond its administrative boundaries.
In 2014 in Paris welcomed 22.4 million visitors, making it one of the top tourist destinations in the world.
Paris is also known for fashion, especially the biannual «Paris Fashion Week», and the «Haute Cuisine», and restaurants of three stars. Most major universities and Grandes Écoles of France are located in Paris, like the major newspapers of France, including Le Monde, Le Figaro, La Libération.
Paris is often referred to as the "City of Light» (La Ville Lumière), both because of the leading role during the Age of Enlightenment, more literally, because Paris was one of the first European cities that have installed street lighting with gas lamps. In 1860 in Paris the streets and monuments illuminated by 56,000 gas lamps, giving it the name "The City of Light".
Romans conquered the Paris basin in 52 BC and after they set up a camp guard on the Île de la Cité, one of two natural islands of Paris, began the expansion of a more permanent settlement on the left bank of the Seine. The Gallo-Roman town was originally called Lutetia (more fully, Lutetia Parisiorum, «Lutetia of the Parisii»). Became a prosperous city with a forum, baths, temples, theaters, and an amphitheater…
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