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Nada mais confortável na vida que um sapato sem salto. Sou amante do salto (quem me acompanha sabe que vivo nas alturas), mas vale avisar que em alguns lugares é até deselegante usar salto. Não é verdade? Fica muitas vezes com cara de too much (no avião por exemplo! Quase um trabalho de equilibrista!), levando filho para passear!) e até em ambientes formais de trabalho. Um sapato baixo e elegante é item tem que ter no closet. Alegria que as sapatilhas amadas ganham uma nova versão para essas horas. Que tal uma pagada gladiadora? É isso mesmo. Elas ganham novos ares com cordinhas para amarrar no tornolezo. Não é um verdadeiro charme? Que tal apostar em uma na próxima compra?


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  1. Vi o comentário da Vânia sobre o cadarço esgarçar ou romper…existe a possibilidade de vc trocar o cadarço , tem muitas sapatarias que vendem cadarços avulsos , ou ate lojas de armarinho , e vc pode também usar com fitas de gorgurão ou cetim para variar e fazer looks diferentes…só uma sugestão…abços

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  3. Gastown
    The oldest part of Gastown is an area of ​​restaurants, galleries and shops housed in meticulously restored Victorian buildings. Heritage structures, cobbled streets and iron columns give Gastown’s distinctive atmosphere. It originated in 1867 when a man named John Deighton entered the scene. Deighton had a habit of opening up. The long story soon earned the nickname “Gassy Jack,” resulting in the neighborhood becoming known as “Gassy’s Town” or “Gastown.” The owner’s statue now looks after the neighbors in Maple Tree Square, who Visited, stopped for photos with Gassy Jack, and also loved to visit the neighborhood. Steam clock, powered steam every 15 minutes.


  4. Luang Prabang

    Luang Prabang, another world heritage city, is one of Laos’
    most visited world heritage cities, although it is a small town with charm.
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  5. Phaya Si Sattanakharat courtyard

    Phaya Sisattanarat is enshrined on the Srisattanakarat courtyard. On the banks of the Mekong River, Nakhon Phanom Province, is considered the largest brass serpent in the Northeast. which took almost 5 years to build, and most ly, this body There will be no place like it because there is a Sangwan necklace around the neck like the pattern on the arch of Phra That Phanom. To show the way of life and culture of the province that has been continued for a long time
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  6. The Royal Navy Ship Jagreen Ruebet is thailand’s first aircraft carrier. The Navy aims to build on the most comprehensive and effective missions. His Majesty king Bhumibol Adulyadej was given the auspicious name “Chakri Naruebet”, which means the great head of the Chakri Dynasty.


  7. Koh Talu, a beautiful island with a nice atmosphere, crystal clear water, is located in the area of responsibility of Khao Laem Ya National Park. – Koh Samet There is a landmark that anyone who comes to the island must stop by to take a picture of the unseen scenery. It’s quiet and quiet, just like any other popular tourist destination.


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