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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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Crêpe au Nutella, rue Mouffetard

Je commence à voir le bout de mon année à Paris, et je me mets à méditer sur ces 9 mois de vie de rêve que je viens de passer. 427 more words

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