To die from thirst in Paris would never be a good excuse because those green fountains with four lovely female statues found all over the city were not built for ornamental reasons. They exist to quench thirst.
There are 108 so-called Fontaines Wallace with potable water trickling down from their domed tops. They were named after the philanthropist who donated the first fifty drinking fountains to Paris in 1872.
Living in Paris is quite a pain in the pocket. The good news is that if you learn some tricks, you can still blurt out a passionate "Paris, je t'aime" without causing a tiny hint of damage to your bank account.
Maria is excavating a hole to uncover the best-kept secrets of Paris (and France). A recipient of the Competences et Talents Visa, she went through the surface of the glitzy city to pave the way for other clueless dreamers like her.
Information is very precious in France, even for the French. In this blog, she tries to save others from the trouble of getting dizzy in searching for the right information. She's providing free information on French paperwork, free events, free museums, free magazines, etc. to make life bearable for those who were caught in the tempting flame of this magical city.
Overwhelmed by the abundance of amazing talents, this self-proclaimed talent hunter is devoting a space to highlight her favorite people from the realms of the creative world, hoping that some key industry players would take notice of them (and perhaps catapult them into stardom).
Talents are plucked from the jungles of Paris and other parts of the fashion wilderness.