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Things I miss about France

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Since I can no longer afford to travel due to many problems.It doesn't stop remembering my favorite moments or when I learned how important it is to say hello and goodbye
when shopping. Something we, in America,, should adapt. In Tro, A uville, at a favorite bistro,a beautil french woman sitting next to me, showed me how to eat moules.
use an empty hinged mussel shell as a PINCHER, iN pARIS, on the street a young Parisean showed mr how she put up her hair without pins. For me, a treaseared
tip as I am allergic to hair pins.

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