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Brasserie Lorraine at the the Place des Ternes

Brasserie Lorraine at the the Place des Ternes

DONE! Arenes de Lutece  This amphitheater - built in the 1st century A.D. - is one of the traces of Paris's Roman heritage that can be found throughout the city. Paris was known at the time as Lutetia, hence the name of the arena. 5th arrondissement.

DONE! Arenes de Lutece This amphitheater - built in the 1st century A.D. - is one of the traces of Paris's Roman heritage that can be found throughout the city. Paris was known at the time as Lutetia, hence the name of the arena. 5th arrondissement.

LINEN LUX rue du Mail, Paris love the lanterns. There is a pin on this board showing how to make a smaller version of this with Christmas lights and paper or plastic cups. This is inspiration for hanging them...in a zig zag pattern across the ceiling.

Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris. Opened by Sylvia Beach in 1919 and was frequented by authors such as Earnest Hemingway, Ezra Pound, and James Joyce.  Next time, Paris. Next time!

Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris. Opened by Sylvia Beach in 1919 and was frequented by authors such as Earnest Hemingway, Ezra Pound, and James Joyce. Next time, Paris. Next time!

Duomo of Milan in Italy is the second highest church of the world (after the cathedral of Beauvais in France) and third greatest cathedral (after St.Peter in Vatican and the cathedral in Seville).

Duomo of Milan in Italy is the second highest church of the world (after the cathedral of Beauvais in France) and third greatest cathedral (after St.Peter in Vatican and the cathedral in Seville).

Le Procope is the oldest cafe in Paris, dating back to the 1600s and a great place to visit while in Paris

Le Procope is the oldest cafe in Paris, dating back to the 1600s and a great place to visit while in Paris

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