Tag Archives: France

Paris

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In a city known for museums, I did not go to any. Let me explain: Paris was my last stop on my monthlong Eurotrip. I had never been to Paris before, let alone France prior to this trip. Going to … Continue reading

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Lyon

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I always have grand ambitions to write and document everything I experience and see. Sometimes time gets away from me or motivation wanes and I do not get to post about a place I go or something I see. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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Grenoble

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Grenoble was set to be my first destination ever in France, and it proved to be a great franco-training city. In the early hours of January 2 Luke and Catherine deposited me at Gatwick for an EasyJet flight to Milan, … Continue reading

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Being and Belonging

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In January I found myself somewhere in the middle of France. I was in a BlaBla Car being driven from Lyon to my final destination, Paris. We stopped at a gas station and rest stop. The weather that day was … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Countries

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Since departing Amsterdam my posts have been erratic, mainly comprised of videos that fail to tell the full story of my onward journey. I’ll fill you in here. After Amsterdam I went to England to spend New Years with my … Continue reading

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France Video Log, Take Two

Apparently my first video from France did not meet the quality expectations of some of my traveling companions …

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My First Time in France

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Puerto Rico: Day Six

My last day of vacation brought me back to Old San Juan. Aaron had to fly so I went with two other pilots. The plan was to visit both of the old Spanish forts and take in as much of … Continue reading

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Word of the Day: Dialectic

A vital element in keeping the peace is our military establishment. Our arms must be mighty, ready for instant action, so that no potential aggressor may be tempted to risk his own destruction… This conjunction of an immense military establishment … Continue reading

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