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The Big Short, Mia madre and the state of movies in general. I don't need to do a review of The Big Short you've already read them, its a fine movie. And that is exactly my issue, its a fine movie, nothing more. Amusing, yes...
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What could be more Parisian than a croissant? Well, a lot of things apparently as this famous delicacy and other similar buttery "pastries" called Viennoiserie, had their origins in the east. Perha...
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Un peu de pain...
...in Paris. Sometimes people ask me if I prefer living in Paris or if I'd prefer to be back in New York or London. I love those cities and have enjoyed living in both. But to really live?...to mak...
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One of those corners in #Paris
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#Paris fluctuat nec mergitur #jesuisenterrace 
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NOTHING, absolutely NOTHING beats #Paris
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Tarte Tatin memories...
I have certainly enjoyed my fair share of desserts. Being a gourmand, I have enjoyed most of them, even if most of them were forgettable. When it comes to choosing in life, I typically live and ea...
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What could be more Parisian than a croissant? Well, a lot of things apparently as this famous delicacy and other similar buttery "pastries" called Viennoiserie, had their origins in the east. Perha...
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...and perhaps un croissant. So simple and yet one of the greatest pleasures in Paris. Best at rush hour - say 15 minutes before you have to be at work. All the better if there is a chill in the ai...
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C Wooden, we cannot wait to return. Your city is beautiful and the people were so incredibly kind. It was the trip of a lifetime.
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