Darwin8u’s review of Down and Out in Paris and London > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Ted (new)

Ted This is a pretty good read, isn't it? (Unless you're really hungry in one of those cities, and looking to eat in a cheap place. Though hopefully things in the cheap restaurant business have improved.)


message 2: by Darwin8u (new)

Darwin8u Ted wrote: "This is a pretty good read, isn't it? (Unless you're really hungry in one of those cities, and looking to eat in a cheap place. Though hopefully things in the cheap restaurant business have improved.)"

Yeah, I'm almost an Orwell completist. I loved 'Homage to Catalonia' and 'Burmese Days' too. Orwell is definitely someone I'd trust more on his tea than his food choices.


message 3: by Ted (new)

Ted Darwin8u wrote: "Ted wrote: "This is a pretty good read, isn't it? (Unless you're really hungry in one of those cities, and looking to eat in a cheap place. Though hopefully things in the cheap restaurant business ..."

Well, being a Brit he doesn't have much in the way of food choices (as I then duck to avoid food scraps thrown by British friends).


message 4: by Darwin8u (new)

Darwin8u Ted wrote: "Darwin8u wrote: "Ted wrote: "This is a pretty good read, isn't it? (Unless you're really hungry in one of those cities, and looking to eat in a cheap place. Though hopefully things in the cheap res..."

Just don't f#@k with his tea or text.


message 5: by Darwin8u (new)

Darwin8u He sorta reminds me of a guy you might find on any workcrew on any construction sight in the world. You start talking with him, however, and you realize he isn't a ditch-digger, he's THE architect. And he's not some 'out of the box' architect, he's a Frank Lloyd Wright or a Frank Gehry.


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