Tag Archives: Paris

Mont Saint Michel: against the flow

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Mont Saint Michel. Photo: Natalia Maiboroda

Here it is: gloomy, mystical and grandiose. The spear of medieval town scratches the sky. But the bottom is surrounded by water and quicksand. This is how my geographical dream looks like. It is called Mont Saint Michel. Continue reading

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We’ll always have Paris…

This is a name of second (and still the latest) episode of a brand new series PAN AM in which four young stewardesses went to French capital for work and with hope to find some romantic adventures. The phrase was borrowed from legendary movie Casablanca. You can love or hate Paris, but you just can’t leave it without your own story.

Few years ago I came back to Paris again, after a month trip in Spain. Continue reading

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