Paris in July 2022: Day 11: Walk in Paris

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Day 11
Walk in Paris

I actually need to start in Japan with this post!
Indeed, I’m fascinated by Japanese literature and culture, and discovered some bloggers doing awesome YouTube videos as they simply walk in Tokyo streets – or other cities.

If you have not experienced this, what better place than visiting Paris?
I have chosen the Walk in the City channel: no commentary, no annoying background music, just walking in the streets of Paris, with the surrounding noises and voices.
I think it gives you a god idea of the place.

Here is their latest video, posted yesterday, in the 3e arrondissement.
In the description of the video (on YouTube), you see a short list of special things seen in this video, and a detailed list of time for each street.

IS THERE A PLACE IN PARIS YOU LIKE BEST?
ANY OTHER GOOD WALKING PARIS VIDEO YOU WOULD RECOMMEND?

Book Review: Etta and Otto and Russell and James

Etta and Otto and Russell and James

 

Etta and Otto

Author:
Emma Hooper
Narrator:
Robert G. Slade
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster Audio

Published in: January 2015
Duration: 8:02 hours
ISBN: 978-1442382657
Genre: literary fiction

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Book Review: The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy

The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy

The Love Song of Miss Queenie
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The Love Song of
Miss Queenie Hennessy
by
Rachel Joyce

Published by Random House

ISBN 978-0-8129-9667-8

384 Pages

March 5, 2015

Literary Fiction

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Last year, I read and loved a lot The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. So I jumped on the opportunity (thanks Random House and Netgalley!) to read The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy, which is basically the same story, but now told from the perspective of the woman at the other end of the road. It is just as beautiful as the first book.
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