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International Co-Work Space Wanted!

The weather is getting a little chiller, it reminds me of my travel to Paris and London! That was my first time visiting Europe. My favourite part of traveling is discovering new places through 'tourist' eyes. Being a tourist lets me take in the beauty of each place I get to travel to, noticing what locals might overlook. I love looking at different interiors, architecture, and different styles that people may have depending on where I travel to.

International Foodie

What my afternoon looked like every day! Eating Macaron sandwich!!!

Cathedral Architecture

Every inch of France was so romantic and beautiful! Not to mention this beautiful cathedral! (Can we have a co-work space here? lol)

Mona Lisa

Erhhhh! I was pretty disappointed. lol

London Zoo

Now to London Zoo! I was so excited that I got so close to these cute animals!

I don't have a coming travel plan, I wanna go hiking and picnic for this weekend! Do you have any easy hiking routes and good picnic spots to  share with me ? :D -GH

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