AUDIO PROBLEMS — HAVE A BUG!  PLEASE TRY AGAIN LATER! A DREAM STREET IN PARIS! Here’s a partial glimpse of Paris that’ll make you pack up, buy a ticket & hop the next jet here. (And…don’t forget kitty!) ….And…WHY NOT! Rue des Cite des Fleurs, in the the 17th…is a street ripe with ample charms: […]

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A series of photos of people in paris. Caught in contemplation. Photos by David Ediger – DavidEdigerDesign.com   Images were taken by David Ediger © – to see more from David, go to DavidEdigerDesign.com    

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Keys** IF, and I stress ‘IF’!, …there is anything more magical than a key, it is only an old, old, key! A key represents ‘entry’, a silent access to unknown places and hidden, secreted areas and things. It’s a modern day symbol of what we seem to have less and less of…magical, barred, locked mystery. […]

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Paris Weekend Weather Forecast WE SHALL RISE AGAIN It’s Friday ..& after yet another week of incessant withering inane assaults we have survived! …like our #sunset lit friend in the Parisian frieze … The Pheonix –we will regroup and bathe in the restorative #fall #sunlight …a little redwine wouldn’t hurt, either! If you’ve a query […]

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Flying Low: Life on the ‘Double-D’ About 300 years ago I lived in the wilds of rural Saskatchewan, on a ranch 35 kilometers S.E. of nowhere. I was working part-time as a ranch hand/cowboy on a hardscrabble patch of land so economically desperate even the rabbits had part time jobs. The ranch, the Double-D (‘DD’), […]

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Walking thru a friends garden…past the cabin round back…done it  hundreds of times but, today…I see it. First the colours hit you: those amazing tender, soft, nurturing greens. Only Nature concocts those shades. Then the ‘wonders’ start to form and sprint across your mind:…”how long has it hung there, alone, abandoned…forgotten.. (Years? Decades?) quietly awaiting […]

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THE CAR THAT IS FRANCE! Seeking French Insight? Ya better know the Iconic 2CV! Abt half the price of a VW beetle when 1st fully available, the skeletal 2 Citroën 2CV only came in grey & was first sold to farmers & doctors. 1st seen in ’38) as the Très Petite Voiture (very small car) […]

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(Re-post!) EAU to be in Paris! Is Paris Burning? Chill Out! Smoldering temps or no you can freely partake in the utterly, ineffably rejuvenating joys of quaffing chilled, fresh, CLEAN water during France’s “jours de canicule” as the Capitol –more accurately the clever folks at Eau de Paris have thoughtfully put some 6* sparking & […]

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Europe’s largest (covered) Buddha was on rare display this weekend after a 5 year, million euro renovation of its Paris home. The gold-leaf covered Buddha, 9 meters high, resides in a Buddhist temple in the Bois de Vicennes (virtually on the shores of lac Daumensil) in Paris’s 12th Arrondissement. The Pagoda was originally part of […]

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Paris has just opened Mediatheque Francoise-Sagan…the capitol’s 2nd largest (@ 4K m2). The facility has 77K books & 10K CD’s and other impressive stats and services*. BUT!  The real story for me is its history…long, long ago in the early swirling mists of French history the area where the Mediatheque stands was a farm, ..long […]

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Le COUR D’ALSACE-LORRAINE (12th): Just Another Paris Gem Hiding in Plain Sight! OK, this video is a tad longer than my usual posts, but le Cour d’Alsace-Lorraine simply can’t be covered with any justice in a minute. Named to honor France’s Alsace-Lorraine region, which it lost after picking a fight with Germany –the ill-advised Franco-Prussian […]

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An exciting new Paris exposition ‘Art Liberte’ will soon open at Gare de l’Est. On view; 30 large original concrete slabs from the infamous Berlin Wall, …SEE PIX BELOW! ..each has a highly creative, unique and powerful signature design. (I like the Hindenburg themed one)…choosing Gare de L’Est was symbolic, it’s the traditional historical ‘bridge’ […]

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