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Sunday, 08 January 2023



what a great city!


Man, the bakeries are one thing I love about Europe. Even the small towns usually have some fantastic baked goods. Why oh why can't we have this in America? It's nice to read your reports of new cities.


I really enjoyed my visit Kat!

I think it's that bakeries are a central part of society and plays a real day to day role at least in France. It is deemed a "right" to have access to decent baguettes. Here not so much. I always appreciate your comments Kenneth!


Another cool building! I wonder if those concrete slabs are earthquake safe as they don't seem to have any support.


Glad I'm not around to find out Soo! ;O)

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