House tour: a New York family's Parisian holiday home: The apartment also fits another of their prerequisites — to be quintessentially French. “When you come here on vacation, you want to walk in the door and immediately say to yourself, ‘This is France,’ ” she asserts. It is located in a stately 1830s building that for decades belonged entirely to descendants of the French poet Paul Valéry, and has all of those highly sought-after Parisian architectural details: marble fireplaces, panelled
It’s a glass door with rich fire engine red enamel paint over the fancy ironwork at 17 rue Delambre, Montparnasse. These are typical doors in many of the Belle Époque buildings constructed between the 1890s and the 1910’s, and the doors match the ornate architecture of the building.
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Napsat, co se dělo tomu klukovi, celý příběh. A pak napsat z pohledu matky a jak jí to zkouší vysvětlit. Teoreticky, kdyby to mělo být, že kluk změnil budoucnost/minulost, pak by byla ještě verze tři, což by bylo z pohledu matky, ale bez návratu syna.