Paris Bits: Vignettes and Pensées, Day 9

The next in a series of vignettes and pensées written by my husband, David Wolf, on an extended stay in Paris one early summer. This one concerns Shakespeare and Company, the famed English-language bookstore on the left bank.

All Americans visiting Paris must stop here at least once in their lives. And you should

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Paris Bits: Vignettes and Pensées, Day 8

The next in the series of vignettes and pensées written by my husband, David Wolf, on an extended stay in Paris one early summer. This one concerns a favorite French custom: queue-bashing. If you’ve ever visited a post office or a bank in France, this has probably happened to you. What always surprises us

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Paris Bits: Vignettes and Pensées, Day 7

The seventh in the series of vignettes and pensées written by my husband, David Wolf, on an extended stay in Paris one early summer. This particular vignette takes place before the smoking ban went into effect in cafés in France. It reveals a fine insight into how proud the French are to be…French.

 

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