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I remember when I first saw one of Frank Herfort’s photographs and thought it looked like a movie still from some iconic film that I’d somehow never seen.
A microcosm of secrecy, high-society, and spookiness mingles behind a black gate, warning voie privée
Two years ago, Heidi Annalise quit her government job in Washington DC and returned to her home state of Colorado to paint– out of handheld mint cans.
In my ongoing effort to prove that us Parisians aren’t forever sitting around red-chequered table cloths wearing berets and drinking red wine in our leisure time, here’s just about the strangest thing you can do in Paris this weekend: Dress up like a Soviet Cosmonaut and crash a party at the Communist Headquarters in Paris.
1. Inside Bangkok’s First Ever Department Store, Frozen in Time Built in the 1960s, Bangkok’s Nightingale-Olympic store remains unchanged today, preserved in its retro state In Bangkok’s lustrous, tech-fluent cityscape…it remains – madly and somewhat mightily – untouched, refusing to modernize its distinctive Brutalist façade, sun-bleached signage and novel interiors.
I‘m always on the hunt for the most unusual properties on the market. We’ve found old churches, lighthouses, trains and entire ghost towns, but never before have we come across an old brothel for sale.
We don’t hear enough follow-up stories about abandoned places that find happy endings, but today I came across a familiar derelict site from my archives that has secured itself a bright future.
Remember these? Once upon a time, in an era when mankind had to wait an unimaginable 24 hours to see how holiday snaps and selfies had turned out, there was … the trusty Fotomat.
Souvenir Pavilion at Quintland When Yvonne, Annette, Cecile, Emilie and Marie Dionne were born in a rural Ontario house with no running water or electricity in 1934, no one expected them to survive.
© Michael Biach The isolated mountains of Burma’s Chin state are home to a number of hill tribes that have been separated from modern world for centuries.
1. England’s Smallest Castle is For Sale This is Molly’s Lodge, a Grade II Listed
For those who like their evening tipple with a literary twist, Manhattan is resplendent with bars where famous writers once visited.
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You may or may not be aware that I’m coming out with a book in July 2017, an atypical guide book about Paris, the city where I’ve been writing this blog to you for the past seven years.
If you didn’t grow up with French films, there are some real gems to be discovered from the ‘Nouvelle Vague’ golden age of French cinema.