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A Stroll by the Seine

"Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris" . . . → Read More About Hollywood’s Love Affair with Paris: A Stroll by the Seine

Taken

"rue des Pretres Saint Germain l’Auxerrois in Paris"

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Paris and Pompidou

"Metro station Rambuteau"

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Is Paris The City Of Love?

Paris the City of Love

First of all, it is important that we agree on the sheer absurdity of the notion. Love is not something to which any city could or should stake an exclusive claim. There can be a “city of love” as much as there can be a “city of indigestion” or a “city of nosebleed” (although I could list a few candidates, particularly for the latter). Love may or may not be all you need, but it is literally all around – or in the air, depending on your choice of song.

Still: if you type “Paris city of love” into the Google search bar, you get 32 million hits. That’s quite a number.

Browsing through these 32 million hits, however, is a less than fully enlightening experience. They appear to boil down to the theory that beautiful buildings, somehow, enhance romantic appetites. That is an interesting proposition and raises the question of how the citizens of Oakland muster the energy to procreate at all.

On the other hand, I will now forever forego any attempt to ply reluctant female acquaintances of mine with alcohol and just take them to the nearest medieval church . . . → Read More About Hollywood’s Love Affair with Paris: Is Paris The City Of Love?

Under The Arcades Of The Place Des Vosges

"Arcades of the Place des Vosges"

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