You see them all over Paris—the elegant femmes d’un certain age (women of a certain age.) They may not look exactlyyoung per se, but they definitely look beautiful, stylish, intriguing, and sexy. That’s the trick, really. These gorgeous women don’t care so much about lookingyoung. They are much more interested in looking alluring, but in a very subtle, grown-up way.
Unlike London and Boston, Paris does not have a global top-30 university, so it may come as a surprise that it ranks as the world’s top city for international students. But consider this: Paris has 16 institutions in the QS World University Rankings, comfortably more than any other city on the planet.
Terry Mclean is a clear exponent of present times, a professional who understands what cultural awareness implies in every way. English-born, he is fluent in seven more European languages and wisely polarizes his professional skills. He is a communication expert that is especially focused on intercultural differences. A continuous, inexhaustible development of his actual and potential capabilities – in a few words, his main assets – has made Terry a master of reinvention. He can now pride on a rich, multifaceted career, and tell us about his world-wide experience. We have had the pleasure to speak with him about it.
The Paris club scene features no shortage of places where you can showcase your dance moves. These hotspots move to their own beats, and the sounds of house, Top 40, disco, hip-hop, funk, and Latin rule the night. From red-carpet clubs to joints where everybody can enjoy great dancing in Paris, these places are tops:
Just a few paces from Vienna’s old city, trendy beach bars along the Danube Canal provide that Riviera feeling with music, cool cocktails and delicious food. Strandbar Herrmann at the Urania is not only a hotspot during the evenings. Drop on by at the weekend for brunch from 10.00 am, accompanied by jazz on Saturdays.