France and it's Culture

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Since it is one of the most important parts of French life there are many different aspects of the cafe's that can be talked about. For instance, in France it is not uncommon to see people at the cafe eating by themselves. The French don't seem to see anything wrong with eating that way...
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Since it is one of the most important parts of French life there are many different aspects of the cafe's that can be talked about. For instance, in France it is not uncommon to see people at the cafe eating by themselves. The French don't seem to see anything wrong with eating that way...
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