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This time last year...

…I had the hugest grin on my face because Hubby and I were standing under the branches of a willow tree on the tip of the Square du Vert-Galant, a small public garden situated at the western end of Ile de la Cité in Paris. 724 more words


Rue Mouffetard

Long before Rue Mouffetard became the famous open market street it is today, it was a Roman road, built around 2000 years ago to connect Lutetia (the predecessor of modern-day Paris) to Italy. 112 more words

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For Paris is a Moveable Feast - Ernest Hemingway

Our flight to Paris was scheduled to leave Madrid at 6:45am. This meant that our party of 4 had to get up at 3am. We requested for a cab to take us to the airport at 3:45am. 1,116 more words


Ernest Hemingway on what is now one of the most popular districts in Paris

Hemingway was twenty-two, his wife Hadley twenty-six, when they moved to the Quartier Latin, No. 74 rue du Cardinal-Lemoine, three weeks after arriving, on January 9, 1922. 278 more words


Paris - Notre Dame & Quartier Latin Teil 1

Nach einem sehr feinen französischen Frühstück bei einem Bäcker “um die Ecke”, ging es erst mal auf die Île de la Cité. Ziel Notre Dame – wundervolle französische Gotik. 303 more words


Rainy day in Paris

Ten days of the last Paris visit have been passing with no any evidence of rain. There was a risk to miss it. However at the last day we were gifted with the lovely warm and quiet one. 68 more words



“People living deeply have no fear of death.”


~ Anaïs Nin ~


Digitally enhanced image created from an original photo of the Rue Mouffetard taken in Paris in May 2016.

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