Late last year, the Birmingham Post came up with what I think is one of the cleverest features to be invented by a local news brand in a long time. ‘Hidden Spaces’ was a photographic project which showed people hidden corners of Birmingham, arranging…
Like most Parisian hotels, the room was small, but it was more than compensated for by the luxurious lounge space on the ground floor, with free coffee and soft drinks, and an honesty bar for the late night tipples,
If I go back to Paris, I'll be heading back there.
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