OK French girls, beware....because I am officially coming to Paris once again. I have business in Paris on the 24th and 25th, but am coming early to go to Benny Berthet day I've a home rented in Boulogne-Billancourt and will be arriving on the 21st!!! I look forward to meeting up, am meeting with Mel and Caro as well, so pm me so we can all meet!!!!!!!!!!
Ahhhh the joys of international real estate......I am meeting with a French developer to sign a contract to rep them in the United States. Its taken me longer than I had liked to get where I am in this business, but bit by bit, the perks are now coming.
As for the boat trips, my project here happens to include over 40 boat slips with Gulf of Mexico access in addition to some very lovely residential real estate. Couple that with two large retail/restaurant sites and that pretty much comprises that project. Hence, we have a boat tour of the marina slips for potential buyers :-) Don't particularly care for that element, though, as I happen to get seasick very easily.
Some things just happen at the right times. I also have a London/Madrid trip coming up in June that gives me three days at Wimbledon as well. So if I want to do the Grand Slam in a year, I now have to find some way to do business in Oz....<<thinks>> I have a few months lead time to work that deal.....
lol...... aussie property is coming down at the moment, but it might be worthwhile for american investors to come and check things out! there always happen to be good investment opportunities near where the tennis tournaments are, i don't know why!!!
Arnaud Clément se montra incapable de maîtriser son agacement visible du début à la fin du match. Désagréable avec les ramasseurs de balle, peu amène avec son adversaire et avec l'arbitre, il donne l'impression depuis quelques semaines de ne plus savoir très bien pourquoi il joue au tennis, ni quels sont ses objectifs. La proximité de RG devrait lui ouvrir les yeux.
"A la base, nous les Français, sommes les champions du monde des râleurs. J'ai l'impression qu'être français, c'est un peu un handicap pour être le meilleur dans ton sport.
Pour faire du sport de haut niveau, d'autres mentalités sont plus propices".