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By TheBOX Car’s featured Travel writer Sharen Ram

While the majority of Canadians were off celebrating Turkey Day – there were 3 of us in Paris looking to go on a Nuit Blanche mission.  For those of you that don’t know, Nuit Blanche is an all-night arts festival that happens in about 120 cities all over the world at the beginning of October.   Paris was the chosen destination because it’s the city of origin for the event and since I’d already experienced and feel in love with Nuit Blanche in Toronto, it only seemed logical to make my way to where it all began.  There was no plans in place other than to fly to Paris and go with the flow but the expectation of having my mind blown was high.

Armed with newly purchased wellies and umbrellas to battle the elements, we set off on the streets of…

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