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Trip Report Kerouac abandons his usual Parisian turf

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One thing that is sort of terrible when you live in Paris is that even though you think you are constantly discovering new things, you are basically just covering slight variations of your usual places. Obviously, I like Bohemian and countercultural areas, so often I go looking for more of the same. This is wrong.

So, last week I decided that I needed to go and look at places where I never go. Well, actually, I often needed to go to specfic points there, but you just rush in and out when you are certain that it is not your kind of place.

If anybody is interested, I very courageously rediscovered the 16th arrondissement: http://tinyurl.com/parisxvi

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