Last week, I posted my review for Some Dream For Fools by Faiza Guene. The bulk of this story takes place in the poorer suburbs of Paris. We’ve all seen the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, The Arc D’Triomphe, right? Well, our heroine, Ahleme, takes us to parts of Paris that we don’t often hear about. The Pierre de Coubertin Stadiuam, where her brother Foued gets in trouble with his friends, the Galleries Lafayette and the Thiais shopping centres, and the Chatelet-Les Halles, where Ahleme arranges to meet up for a date (this last picture is much older but I’m sure the archetecture remains much the same.) Note: the pictures are in order as listed.
There seems to be some interesting facets to the Algerian landscape, for sure. It looks quite breathtaking and might just be worth the visit, if it were possible. As for Paris, there’s a very distinct difference between the newer buildings and the classic styles we often see. Both of these places are something worth exploring and I think would offer very different experiences. I hope you enjoyed