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buzz summit paris 2019

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I'm heading to Paris next week to see Mylene Farmer, if anyone will be in the area and interested in meeting up for a pint or un carafe du vin please pm me! :mrgreen:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laZiElyYQ4M

also if there are any crazy art installations, warehouse parties, demoscene things or what have you, let me know! I would love to experience tinga's three chairs or some such thing. :mrgreen:

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Ah Sh.t!! I live in the south of France, too far from Paris :(

https://www.hyeres-tourism.co.uk/hyeres/videos/

Would be cool to have a Buzz encounter one of these days and meet for real :lol:

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Although I live only 10 km away from France, it's more than 500 km to Paris.
So may be next summit then. ;)

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wow mag - Hyeres looks like paradise!

my next trip to France will definitely include a stop there. :)

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I would only
head to Paris
in "Frühling", which means "springtime" in german ;), but indeed, it seems as Mag has chosen a nice place to settle

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yes springtime would have been ideal. it was wierdly hot there - like it wasn't super hot or humid but it just felt sweaty. I stayed in an old hotel with no AC, which was fine with those nice big french windows open, but there was a tradeoff: open the windows to fight the heat or close them to keep out the 24/7 racket of the paris streets. I opted for the noise over the heat. :lol: either way I didn't sleep very well the whole time! but it was a cool place to visit.

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