New-Year-Paris-Fireworks-2015 Through French history, the official start of the new year has varied greatly. In 6th & 7th centuries it began on 1st March. In the Carolingian era it began at Christmas. From 12th century it began at Easter (and Easter was on different date every year as now). Finally in 1564 Charles IX imposed it should be 1st January.
Een auto vol met versgebakken stokbroden, ofwel 'Baguette'! In Frankrijk een onmisbare toevoeging aan elke maaltijd. #Baguette #vakantie #Frankrijk
Laduree macaroons in Paris.... Little taste of heaven. I mean the store is pretty and all but way over priced
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ik lust geen koffie maar zo zou ik overwegen om een kop te drinken
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The next best thing, now that the love locks on the Pont des Arts have been removed, the Love Wall in Montmartre is a mural featuring "I Love You" written 1,000 times in over 300 languages. Snap a romantic selfie with bae and soak up l'amour.