The ABCs of Juneau (Apple cider, Bergie bits, and a Canoe trip). May 16th 2012 Juneau May 16
Once clear of Yakutat Bay, Diamond Princess set South Easterly through the Gulf of Alaska towards Cape Spencer where we entered the North Inian Passage and passed trough the Icy Strait before entering the Lynn Canal. After rounding Lincoln Island, various courses were set through Stephens Passage and the Gastineau Channel as we made our final approach towards Juneau.
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The term flâneur comes from the French masculine noun flâneur—which has the basic meanings of "stroller", "lounger", "saunterer", "loafer"—which itself comes from the French verb flâner, which means "to stroll". Charles Baudelaire developed a derived meaning of flâneur—that of "a person who walks the city in order to experience it
Because of the term's usage and theorization by Baudelaire and numerous thinkers in economic, cultural, literary and historical fields, the idea of the flâneur has accumulated significant meaning as a referent for understanding urban phenomena and moderni... full info