source: TLImusic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-85fNpmUkM
“All these magazines and Internet platforms should be supporting new music and help new musicians to find an audience, instead of dwelling on the old crap all the time. It’s like there is nothing new and exciting out there any more, when in fact there is. So stop living in the past. Open your ears and your eyes.” – said Robert Plant for Rock And Roll Garage
Both Robert Plant and band The Who listens today to The Last Internationale. This is new (formed in current shape in 2013) rock band from New York City with strong blues, folk and rock’n’roll background.
– guitarist Edgey Pires (studied political science),
– vocalist Delila Paz (studied music therapy),
– drummer Brad Wilk (ex-Audioslave).
Check out their newest, fantastic album “Soul on Fire!”
It’s pretty darn impressive social manifest against contemporary form of worldwide feudalism (“capitalism”).
February 14, 2020, Lisbon, Portugal
February 15, 2020, Braga, Portugal
February 16, 2020, Santiago De Compostela, Spain
February 18, 2020, Salamanca, Spain
February 19, 2020, Burgos, Spain
February 20, 2020, Gasteiz / Vitoria, Spain
February 21, 2020, La Roche-sur-yon, France
February 22, 2020, Rouen, France
February 23, 2020, Besancon, France
February 25, 2020, Paris, France
February 26, 2020, Strasbourg, France
February 27, 2020, Zoetermeer, Nederland
February 28, 2020, Tilburg, Nederland
March 1, 2020, Groningen, Nederland
March 4, 2020, Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
March 5, 2020, Stuttgart, Germany
March 6, 2020, Erlangen, Germany
March 7, 2020, Obertraubling, Germany
March 8, 2020, Augsburg, Germany
March 10, 2020, Prague, Czech Republic
March 12, 2020, Berlin, Germany
March 13, 2020, Hamburg, Germany
March 14, 2020, Hannover, Germany
March 15, 2020, Cologne, Germany
March 16, 2020, Birmingham, England
March 19, 2020, Bristol, England
March 21, 2020, Manchester, England
March 22, 2020, Glasgow, Scotland
March 31, 2020, Oslo, Norway
April 1, 2020, Bergen, Norway
April 3, 2020, Bodo, Norway
April 16, 2020, Madrid, Spain
Jun 2, 2020, Lodz, Poland
Jun 10, 2020, Derby, England
Jun 12, 2020, Derby, England
July 24, 2020, Ebbw Vale, Wales
The main idea of Musictivity website is to get a guide through upcoming concerts to explore unique cities. This time I would like to make focus on Paris.
Paris is considered as a most culturally, philosophically and socially developed city in the world.
However, Paris is not Amsterdam (so good!), you can not loosely speak in English to all people around, customers aren’t treated with sweat WELKOM and all buildings seem to look somehow… well, uncolorful.
You need to prepare well before going to Paris. Would be perfect to know what exactly you like to see and what you are interested in. It might be not enough to write a bucket list: Louvre, Disneyland, Eiffel, Arc of Triumph and Versailles.
Only one Louvre contains 380 000 artistic and historical objects! I wouldn’t see the original Low Code Stele of Hammurabi without prior preparation and this inostensible piece of stone was the most spectacular object which I’ve learned about in Paris.
It’s necessary to search informations also about other museums in Paris before going there for holidays. Good example: self-portrait of Van Gogh in Musse D’Orsay, such an iconic masterpiece (1889)!
Another easy to miss object is a following sculpture. If you crave to spend quality time in Paris then you need to know who (and why?) is riding a horse in front of Versaille. Sure, good guide will tell you everything, but you don’t need to feel overwhelmed.
Make a detailed list of few (not too many!) masterpieces which you would love to see in Paris. Regardless how many days are you going to spend in Paris, you aren’t able to experience everything what is worth your attention.
source: Withlocals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSSy_61wdII
Read about 802 best activities in Paris.
First ice breaking word which you need to use during contact with French people is “bonjour”. Even if you don’t speak French at all, you simply need to start any kind of conversation with this French word. Bonjour. Bonjour. Bonjour. There are some other polite expressions which are nice to remember but this one seems to be most essential: bonjour 🙂
Looking for a decent hotel in Paris? Let’s check what is available in Montmartre or in Marais first as I think that these areas are the best to find a hotel for cultural tourists. Click on the banner below and you will be redirected to reliable Agoda.
MONEY FOR FOOD
Remember to always keep some coins in your pocket as not every vendor accept debt/credit cards.
Once I asked for a crepe in the middle of a park, nice man started to preparing but then I realized that I have no coins. I asked him to wait a minute until I will find an ATM and in this case I didn’t need to eat but I felt obligated to pay. He answered let it be a gift.
Another time I was in rush from Versaille to train station so I picked a quick meal in KFC (haha). I booked an order using a machine, not at counter. But generous staff informed me that this kind of sandwich is not available at the moment so I can choose another one and get a free drink. I thanked and grabbed just an another sandwich. It was OK for me.
And the last case was in luxurious Gallery Lafayette. I ordered some macarons from Pierre Herme and they let me taste one experimental flavor for free.
I wouldn’t call Parisian greed. At least not when I remember “bonjour” 😉
The Last Internationale will visit Paris not for the first neither for the last time but tasting mouthwatering macarons is always a great idea! It seems that they will not have a time to explore Paris during tournee but this attraction isn’t time consuming!
Otherwise, if somebody is hungry then she/he might be angry; don’t be angry in the City of Love!
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author: Sam O’Black