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Europe is a vast country that many people nowadays still find it hard to make sense out of European countries as a whole. I just am some of those people. Following living in and around the UK, I found that my own understanding of modern culture, and class relations became somewhat confused by the differences between your two countries. This made me think about what drawn people to other parts of The european countries, and maybe I should write a piece on this for your new era of American citizens. In any case, Trying to find trying to find a lot of commonalities between my husband’s home country and my own — in order to get my choices across in front of large audiences who might be thinking about emigrating to European countries.

I must confess – my hubby fell in love together with the interior of Paris long before we decided to visit here. He had always imagined living in England and even researched a little French when he was at school — long before anyone in America ever heard of the expression “secession”. He loved the cobblestone sidewalks, the leisure areas, the eating places. I’ve seen pictures of Paris right from more than one trip over there – is actually something I have to preserve, to be honest. I could under no circumstances quite find out why my husband enjoyed the place much, but we definitely planned to start a family unit there and so we went in jointly in August of 2021.

The next thing we do was to choose a house in Paris and rent an apartment for the very first time. It was difficult to get a flat, since there are so many condo buildings in Paris, and ended up hiring an apartment near to the Gare entre ma Marche (where the Eiffel Tower is). It was really nice – it was just like each of our old residence in America — perfect for all of us both. Once we got the keys, we immediately put our issues in our fresh apartment, and after that my own husband-to-be remaining town another few months.

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