I'm lost LUL. This could be a personal meme OTL~ Also how typical is it for me to buy tea when I am in the UK? ☕️📮 Kappa #lostInEurope
Having a horrible time cruising the Mediterranean with this beautiful soul 🤗💗🥂🚢🍾 5 restaurants a, 3 pools, 3 night clubs, a cinema, all you can eat, all you can drink for 12 days HELP. #lostineurope#galaball
07.12.2017 The last day #wandering around the #beautiful and huge #city of #Paris began with a farewell to a dear friend (who I hope to be seeing soon). The skies were #grey and the #cold harsher than the day before. The wind blew merciless and raindrops fell and bent to its course.
At some point after contemplating the #Eiffel#Tower , the Quai Branly museum (designed by Jean Nouvelle) and having lunch, we decided, when arriving, to stay and enjoy the Musée d'Orsay. It was just too hard to face the weather... But such revealed to be very fulfilling. The #architecture , the warmth of the place and the pieces of art led us to find ourselves in a kind of trance. One where we would imagine what it would be to experience the life depicted by Degas, the streets by Pissarro or Les Coquelicots by Monet.
It was indeed a tiresome, yet perfect day.
06.12.2017 What is #life without #clichés ? Without #nostalgia and saudade? A picture in the #cité de l'amour, after a day of #walking and touring with #French friends. The day started with us waking quite late and rushing to the supermarket to buy breakfast. From there Château de Vincennes was our first stop, followed by Montmartre (to which we rode the metro - still amazes me the size of it). Moulin Rouge and Pompidou took part in our little walking #tour , before going for some couscous and tajines. Dusk painted the skies as we passed Nôtre Dame, Beaux Arts and transformed into #night while we went inside the #Louvre . We stepped onto the night in Cafe Blanc and Fontaine de Saint Michel, where we had drinks and dinner, only to run home right after in the cold air.
It was astonishing to experience #Paris with the eyes of an #architect and to compare it with what I sensed almost 8 years ago... I think my favourite part were the sinuous streets and hills of Montmartre, though it is hard to compare with #Haussman 's avenues.
I am very grateful that I have the time to visit this place back in 2015. A beautiful place in one of a small city in Poland. It looks beautiful, but hundreds or even thousands of bad stories, screams, cries, and cruelty happened in this place.
Can you guess the name of this place?