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Charles M. Adams - Canadian Expats

City of Love - Celebs in Paris - When you are on holiday in the City of Love there are a lot of possibilities to spend a beautiful day. If you want the opportunity to catch a glimpse or even meet some of the world's most famous celebrities, spend some time in the beautiful city of Paris. You never know who you might see when walking around the French capital's stunning boulevards and cobbled stone streets. Many celebrities such as the French actress Marion Cotillard, Leonardo di Caprio, American actor as well as Jay-Z and Beyonce, singers, live in the city for most of the year. International VIPs enjoy spending many months living in Paris, dining in trendy restaurants, shopping in chic malls and dancing the night away in the private nightclubs, Le Baron and the Black Calvados.   If you're lucky enough to get into Le VIP Room located beside the Champs Elysees, you might have a chance to mingle with the stars like Kirsten Dunst, Sofia Coppola or the Mexican celebrity Salma Hayek. No visit to Paris is complete without dining out. Whether you're having a drink or lunch there are quite a few restaurants in Paris which are owned or frequented by celebs. Check out the Hotel Costas restaurant, a favourite of Jude Law or L-Avenue where you could see Jean Paul Gaultier. Fans of Beyonce and Jay-Z have a great chance of meeting their idols at Le Sourire de Saigon, a Vietnamese restaurant which is also very popular with Vanessa Paradis.   Of course, whether visiting Paris for a…

Photo : Charles M. Adams March 24, 2015

Robby McRobb - Military Blog Site - with Robby McRobb Blog

LAST PARADE RCASC Veterans in Borden - What a memorable weekend. Final Concert of the Tragically Hip, Closing ceremonies of the Rio Olympics. But by far the best of the weekend perhaps Bitterswerrt. Was the final March Past and Parade of RCASC Veterans. I will be submitting a full blog later in the week  with photos of this historical event. Stay Tuned. I say Bitter sweet simply because it was. Sweet meeting fellow apprentices and Corps members some nit seem for years. Bitter because we were saying our good byes to Comrades we may never see agin, this side of the Grass. Thanks you to Bill Raspberry, Bob D'avignon and their team for a memorable weekend. I add  the Final chapter of Apprentice Memoriries titled The Back  Page PDF. Sad news continued in Turkey with the cowardly senseless bombing of a wedding party 50 plus dea so far and sadness for many more families. Sadly this is one reason we require  our military to protect Canada and Canadians from simpletons like isis/daesh and their ilk. Nil Sine Labore Robby

Photo : Robby McRobb August 21, 2016