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I haven’t traveled in a very long time so I was super excited about our 4-day-trip to Paris. I went with my boyfriend, since you know, Paris is supposed to be the most romantic city in the world (I think whoever said that is right). We stayed at the Hibiscus Hotel which is located in the center of Paris and has around two stars.
This hotel helped us to raise your relationship to the next level. Everything was great, our room was small but clean and the view was nice, too. Now here’s the thing; Usually, bathroom doors close, right? Well, ours didn’t. It always stood a crack open. You can figure how this might be… difficult for someone who usually likes to pee and take a shit in private. But oh well, the Louvre had some nice toilets.
The Mona Lisa. Not that impressive, to be honest. Maybe my mind wasn’t blown by this painting because my mom used to have a fake Mona Lisa painting which she brought from Poland – how ironic – hanging in our living room.
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I saw a few vlogs of Henya Mania when she was in Paris and according to what she said being vegan in Paris wouldn’t really be a challenge. That was partly true. Usually we would start our day by eating a fresh baguette from the boulangerie right next to our hotel (apparently the best one in Paris?). I bought some fake sausage from Un Monde Vegan – very disappointing store btw! Literally everything was from Germany…. I kind of expected special french vegan products – and we also got some marmelade. This kept us full untill noon and we ended up going to Hank Burger twice, actually, because the other vegan restaurants I looked up ended up being closed.
This is really annoying but sadly someone is trying to hack my blog. I’ve been getting countless emails of someone trying to login and a lot of my stuff has been deleted. Honestly, I don’t understand why anyone would do this especially since my blog is nowhere near successful. I wanted to post something today and noticed the missing pictures etc. What the fuck man…..
I’m really stressed at the moment because I’m doing an internship and I’m working at the library at the same time. Also I have some family issues going on and can’t seem to find any time to write some new reviews or to design a theme. I hope everyone’s doing great and that soon everything will get better so that I can post more frequently again.
K-Drama Age of Youth, 청춘시대
Genre Friendship, Romance, Comedy, Drama
Episodes 12 🙁
Airing July – August 2016
Plot: University students Yoon Jin-Myung (Han Ye-Ri), Jung Ye-Eun (Han Seung-Yeon), Song Ji-Won (Park Eun-Bin), Kang Yi-Na (Hwa Young) and Yoo Eun-Jae (Park Hye-Soo) share a house. Jin-Myung is busy supporting herself financially and studying. She suffers from lack of sleep. Ye-Eun is devoted to her boyfriend, she is clear about what she likes or not. Ji-Won has a bright personality and likes to drink. Yi-Na is popular due to her beautiful appearance. Eun-Jae is timid, but she has an unique taste for men. (credit)
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I am officially adding this drama to my “Favorite Dramas of all Time”-List!
Honestly, at first I wasn’t that interested in the plot and did not expect much but Age of Youth definitely proved my assumtions wrong.
The characters were unique and had a major character development. I loved watching those girls grow and overcome obstacles. Each one had a different story and background. Their friendship was refreshing and heart warming, I enjoyed that the main focus on this drama was not on love but rather their relationship.
You had some family drama but it wasn’t the typical “Oh-no-my-son-wants-to-be-with-a-poor-girl”-type of family drama. The romance was also really well done and I liked how everything ended. I do not want to give too much away but let me just say; WELL DONE!!
I was a bit worried since I know that a lot of korean dramas tend to get really bad towards the ending but luckily Age of Youth was not one of them. I’m sad they only did 12 episodes, I’d rather have 60+ 😀
Oh well, in germany we have this saying: