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    We had a three days, sort of a last minute trip to Paris, planned between a few projects so our laptops were gently packed in our small & fat luggage. Every time I went to Paris, it was for a short period of time and the weather was kinda depressing. A few days before the trip, google was telling me that it was all going to be ok, that the sun would kick out the clouds and shine on our faces. He lied. Except maybe for the last morning before we took the TGV back to Luxembourg.

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    Paris is a hell of a big city, and with only two and a half day you don’t get to see much unless you hop on and off the city transportation to enjoy a few places crowded with tourists. We’ve decided to focus on the Marais, Belleville and a little walk around Palais-Royal.


    For a more quiet walk we decided to head towards the cemetery Père-Lachaise and maybe see Molière or Edith Piaf’s grave. How creepy but lovely. I had been already at the super-sized Cemetery Monumentale in Milan for a lonely kickass walk, so these kind of places are just my cup of tea. We finally got to see Edith Piaf’s grave, shortly as waving to a friend from the other side of the street, but her grave was at the far end of the cemetery, so this whole quiet walk ended up being kind of heavy.




    And it’s at the amazing place at the Passage du Perron that we had our last breakfast with a coffee from Café Kitsune, in lovely company of a big group of hungry birds. This short trip didn’t give me the chance to deeply fall in love with this city, but I still really liked it.


    David is a dreamer in love with details and a geeky being with an ability to teach himself anything. He loves to experiment with photography and videography to tell real stories and emotions through images, and he never stops learning about how to make the best websites. Besides his passion for visual creativity, he is also a multidisciplinary self-taught musician who worked on several projects including his own solo career. During creative work days he likes to discover new music and to collect it – he’s the curator behind all of our Kinlake playlists!


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