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101. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 10y

Quoting djiboutici

Seriously Zoom....?What is it with you and"this french" thing...?

Just an observer

As I seem to recall you mentioning in another thread, Bilan - be careful what you ask for... ;)

102. Posted by Zoom (Full Member 131 posts) 10y

Ah, MSNBC just said best weather in the country today will be Southern California - ALRIGHT !!! - 90 degrees/no clouds/no humidity. Looks like another pool/tan day for Zoom and a few 20 something neighbors. I gotta run and phone them before they leave for the beach. Topless bathing is permitted at the Zoom pool but not the beach. Let me go get the pool's little waterfall going....and make some Mai Tai's - gotta run kids...Zoom Can my Peeps manage without me? I think so (I'm keep an eye on certain things ^^ - no worries.....)

103. Posted by Zoom (Full Member 131 posts) 10y

Quoting djiboutici

Seriously Zoom....?What is it with you and"this french" thing...?

Just an observer

I live in Paris part time - it's the most beautiful city in the world with great people and great food/wine. France is one of the top countries in the world - best health care, best public transport(metro, TGV, etc), best life style, etc. etc. I,m not the only one, the 17 district in Paris is filling up with tons of Americans that have had it with a country falling apart. Read about it in the New York Times, they just had a giant article about it (I'll leave the link later). gotta go, Zoom

104. Posted by Rraven (Travel Guru 5924 posts) 10y

Quoting Zoom

Quoting djiboutici

Seriously Zoom....?What is it with you and"this french" thing...?

Just an observer

I live in Paris part time - it's the most beautiful city in the world with great people and great food/wine. France is one of the top countries in the world - best health care, best public transport(metro, TGV, etc), best life style, etc. etc. I,m not the only one, the 17 district in Paris is filling up with tons of Americans that have had it with a country falling apart. Read about it in the New York Times, they just had a giant article about it (I'll leave the link later). gotta go, Zoom

its such a great place that my French friends from Paris are moving to Dublin and London one actually went back for a while and hated it so much that he and his family only lasted a few months before leaving again !!

its so great that it also has one of the worst reputations for having an attitude problem,

now don't get me wrong i don't hate it but i also don't think its the best place ever, what works for one won't for another

Can my Peeps manage without me?

of course we can its not as if we need to be babysitted...

Oh, so looking forward to that Baileys!!!!! (CC drank most of the bottle you sent along with Phil.)

i have to also introduce you to maloneys and mcgraths, their cheaper versions of baileys but just as tasty (well you can't go wrong at €7 a bottle !!)

105. Posted by djiboutici (Full Member 465 posts) 10y

Voila,i rest my case...

I actually c people migrating to the U.K&IRELAND everyday through the Eurostar...

For those who do not know,it's the train that connects England to France&Belgium via the Channel Tunnel(www.eurostar.com)

Like Rraven mention though,what works for one person might not work for another...This is where i say:VIVE LA DIFFERENCE

106. Posted by Pardus (Respected Member 2356 posts) 10y

Quoting Zoom

I,m not the only one, the 17 district in Paris is filling up with tons of Americans that have had it with a country falling apart.

And leave behind the multitude of ignorant, incompetent buffoons to clean up the mess? Doesn't sound too smart to me... But how would I know, I am not American...

107. Posted by djiboutici (Full Member 465 posts) 10y

I'll grant you 1 thing though...

Best High Speed Trains...

P.S i'm always on the TGV,to Marseilles or Perpignan or Biarritz...

Ok...Without straying away from the actual topic...

I thought Saudi women were very beautiful,could only c their eyes but all the same,very articulate,great personality,great height...Very hospitable

That was very KOOL

108. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 10y

Quoting Rraven

now don't get me wrong i don't hate it but i also don't think its the best place ever, what works for one won't for another

Nikki, I think you have forgotten that France has a quota system. For evey one that moves out, another has to take their place. Zoom (who is out at the pool in S. Cal.) is just doing his civic duty.

Quoting Zoom

Quoting Rraven

Can my Peeps manage without me?

of course we can its not as if we need to be babysitted...

Anyway, back to the topic. Wasn't there a Babysitting Barbie at one time?? Or was that Midge or Skipper???

Quoting Isadora

Quoting Rraven

Oh, so looking forward to that Baileys!!!!! (CC drank most of the bottle you sent along with Phil.)

i have to also introduce you to maloneys and mcgraths, their cheaper versions of baileys but just as tasty (well you can't go wrong at €7 a bottle !!)

Oooohhh, something new to look forward to - sounds yummy!

109. Posted by Zoom (Full Member 131 posts) 10y

Quoting Rraven

[quote=Zoom][quote=djiboutici]Seriously Zoom....?What is it with you and"this french" thing...?

Just an observer

I live in Paris part time - it's the most beautiful city in the world with great people and great food/wine.......

its such a great place that my French friends from Paris are moving to Dublin and London one actually went back for a while and hated it so much that he and his family only lasted a few months before leaving again !!

its so great that it also has one of the worst reputations for having an attitude problem,

now don't get me wrong i don't hate it but i also don't think its the best place ever, what works for one won't for another

I have an hour (but only time to leave one response) Sure some people don't like Paris (thank God) price of real estate is going through the roof as it is (very weak dollar since W settled in doesn't help either). As far as Dublin/Ireland, yeah, I'm into International real estate big time and Ireland in general is doing VERY well, going up and up.... London? Move there for what? Ever since the poodle followed our blind leader Englands TOTALLY opened itself up to terrorism, a big price to pay for a little Imperialistic power. Bush is cut from the same cloth as Tony (except Blair is much brighter - not hard to do with W) and I'm sure sooner or later something will happen here again - New Orleans showed us how prepared our Government is - what a joke. Going into Iraq was probably the biggest blunder in Military history but none of those clowns (Cheney, W, RUMMY, Condi) were ever in the military....how far we've sank since the brilliance of JFK (A War hero) and how he handled the Cuban missille crisis. Had W been in charge there would be no planet Earth today.

Back to the so called "French Attitude Problem" - the problem is with the Dumb A** tourists that walk into some one's little shop and don't even have the manners to say BonJour to the shop owner. Manners RULE in France and when someone doesn't use the basics they get very upset. Once you know that and do it they become the nicest people on the planet. I've seen it a thousand times. Americans are used to that phony "TGIF restaurant" yapping of "Hi, my name is Jeff, how can I help you?" and then "Have a Nice Day" - that c**p doesn't work in France. Hope that answers your questions. Zoom PS, just for the record. My choice for the 5 most beautiful large cities in Europe are: PARIS/VENICE/PRAGUE/VIENNA/LISBON (working on a photobook on those called "FIVE CITIES", taking forever...)

110. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 10y

Quoting Zoom

My choice for the 5 most beautiful large cities in Europe are: PARIS/VENICE/PRAGUE/VIENNA/LISBON

Great - we finally have an answer to the original question. Since they are the top 5 most beautiful cities, they are sure to have the most beautiful women. I'm glad we finally have resolution. ;)

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