Each of these books writes about different places in Paris, creatively. As a class we visit the sites they write about and write our own creative essays. Perhaps at the end of my trip I shall post one. So far, my favorite place to be in Paris is Shakespeare & Co. I could live in Paris forever in that little shop. Although I am terribly sad I couldn't find the book Watership Down, I did find some others I really like.
P.S A little piece of home-sick relief resides in "Pho 14" off the Tolbiac exit from subway line 7.
Isn't that lion behind me beautiful? I have fallen madly in love with him <3
Les Deux Magots Cafe- Not as posh as Le Flore across the street, but was a haunt of Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Sartre, and therefore...awesome to people who love writing
Chi-chi restaurant near the River Gauche or fairy be-sprinkled hallway?
Across the street from Pablo Picasso's former residence
A cold and blustery day in the 100-acre Versailles Palace. I was sick and thus look silly with so many articles of clothing. I look like a little child at Pooh Corner
From the second story of the Louvre Museum, looking for Flemmish paintings
Possibly the best bookstore in the world. Shakespeare & Co. not in its original location, but still the likes of which feel as if Harry Potter and J.K Rowling could have imagined