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Jamie Nemec
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Quartier Latin
The Latin Quarter, also known as my Paris hometown, is filled with culture from many centuries. During my past five weeks here in the LQ, I've learned quite a bit. However, in just a couple of hours last night, I nearly tripled my knowledge. A friend of min...
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Quartier Latin
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Le Toilette
It is so hard to believe I only have a few days left here in Paris, which means I may have to start double posting in order to squeeze in all my thoughts and experiences! Starting with.. the toilet. I just can't leave this country without giving some insigh...
Le Toilette
Le Toilette
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Bienvenue!
Welcome! This post may be a little late in my trip, but I figured some people may want to see the place I've been calling home this summer! The small rue where my apartment is.  The view down the street. This is the view of the apartment when you first walk...
Bienvenue!
Bienvenue!
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Humanity
Well, this isn't quite how I expected my post-Barcelona blogging to go, but aside from the sun and fun, there was a bigger lesson learned in this weekend's vacation: Human compassion is disappearing. That may sound harsh, unwarranted, or dramatic, but most ...
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Humanity
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Bastille
Bastille Day Bastille Day is the day that marks the beginning of the French Revolution. Bastille was actually a prison which was raided, even though it only held seven prisoners. Because the term "Bastille" holds somewhat negate connotations, French people ...
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Le Château de Versailles
The Versailles Palace After two weeks in this whirlwind of a city, Lindsay and I were ready to get out of town for a day. We hopped on our local metro, got lost in a huge transfer station, and finally ran up to a train platform moments before it pulled away...
Le Château de Versailles
Le Château de Versailles
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bienveillance
kindness As I was preparing to head on this trip, many of my friends in the states warned me that French people aren't very kind to Americans. I was quick to let those warnings slide off my back, because I simply didn't understand how that could be. When I ...
bienveillance
bienveillance
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Paris ne s'est pas fait en un jour.
Paris wasn't made in a day. I know the traditional saying is "Rome wasn't built in a day," but this is an actual French proverb that possibly derived from the one we are used to hearing about patience. After today, I think I may need my own derivative of th...
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pas cher
Cheap For our first couple weeks in Paris, Lindsay and I have been exploring, eating, drinking, shopping, sightseeing, eating, drinking . Despite my previous sprinkled insinuations of cutting back, it is simply impossible for two 20-something women to live ...
pas cher
pas cher
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Ville de Hemingway
As an English major and lover of The Sun Also Rises , I couldn't help but to track down some Parisian locations closely associated with Earnest Hemingway, the literature genius himself.  It just so happens that my apartment is in the area that Hemingway and...
Ville de Hemingway
Ville de Hemingway
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