Paris Is Always A Good Idea

Les Deux Magots, Paris

Whenever I visit Saint-Germain-des-Prés, it's not until I sip my first cup of coffee at Les Deux Magots, that I truly feel that I'm in Paris. It's no secret that nowadays this famous hangout is well known for being a tourist destination, but most Parisians still consider it a favorite jaunt to see and be seen. My experience in the city of lights have taught me that no other places in this town is as welcoming, nor convey the true Parisian spirit, as this quintessential Parisian café.

These days, my mind is more focus on Paris, since I've been considering moving there in the next three years. That's right, you heard it here first. It's no big surprise really. I've always considered Paris my home, and since I've been consulting with a couple of luxury companies located in the Marais district, the idea is becoming more and more appealing. And before I forget, my apologies for the delay of posts for the past week or two. It's been a movable feast.

Photo credits: 1st Black and White: From Edouard Boubat, 1955, Gelatin silver print from Peter Fetterman Gallery. Original still life painting "Lunch at Les Deux Magots, Paris, acrylic on canvas by BL Murray. 2nd Black and White: Dovina with Sacha, Cloche and Suit by Balenciaga, Cafe des Deux Magots, Paris, August, 1955, by Richard Avedon.

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