Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks : Photos # 4 – St Sulpice, St Germain de Pres (Day 4)

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Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks, Day 4 :

A Photo Memoir
Saint Sulpice, Saint Germain de Pres
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7 Original Paris Images – Please Note: Click or swipe to expand image.
Commentary & links
Bonus Fictional Conversation with Monet

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Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks : Photos – # 4

(Day 4)

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Intro

Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks, Day 4 : A Photo Memoir
Saint Sulpice, Saint Germain de Pres
7 Original Paris Images – Please Note: Click or swipe to expand image.
Commentary & links
Bonus Fictional Conversation with Monet

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A serialized photo-memoir of my wife Sheila and I’s 5 and 1/2 week trip to Paris from early November through mid-December. We captured the last bits of Fall, right into the holidays in the City of Light.

Expanding availability of the whole series of images for each day is best enjoyed, we believe, via a subscription program, though each book is also available via the regular store.

All links are non-affiliate, meaning the links are chosen only because we feel they add to the enjoyment of the book, providing more information and images.

Clicking on the series name on the Amazon description page, will take one to the series page, with updates to all current volumes. Several new editions of various other days are in-progress.

A few original signed images of Paris are also available on Amazon Marketplace.

Plus several novellas and short stories set in Paris are also completed.

Discovering Paris was a daily adventure.

We hope you’ll enjoy these daily excursions inside of Paris as much as we did.

Sincerely,

Adan & Sheila

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Intro

Small Road to Saint Sulpice

Small Road to Saint Sulpice

A cloudy early November day, and turned down off Blvd St-Germain just past the Danton statue shown in Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks : Photos Links and Commentary – # 1.

Taking the Rue de Conde south, one can also reach the Luxembourg Gardens.  Going north from Blvd St Germain, the street is call Rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, and will take you to the beginning of Rue Saint-André des Arts, which I will featured in Post # 5 in this series.

My point here being, as I mention each posting, this area of Paris, and maybe all areas of Paris are like this, is dense with history, places of interests, and walkable.  But this was not something we knew when we first got to Paris.  😉

That sense of walkable discovery is part of what I try to put in my fiction work set in Paris.

So we after going south on Rue de Conde, we took the second small street east, and a few blocks down, St Sulpice was in view.

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Links

Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks, Days 1-2 : A Photo Memoir
Around Blvd St-Germain, Small Streets of Paris, Notre Dame

Paris 5 1/2 Weeks Series Page on Amazon

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Conclusion

In words or in images, Paris is Paris.  And inspiration and fantasy abounds.  😉

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namaste´- con dios – god be with you

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Adan at Thompson Park Bridge Vermont


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12 Responses to Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks : Photos # 4 – St Sulpice, St Germain de Pres (Day 4)

  1. ManicDdaily says:

    Ah – first lovely photos – and very thoughtful of you to give Monet an antacid! Very charming. k.

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  2. Monet sounds wonderful. His paintings speaks by themselves….

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  3. claudia says:

    ha…wouldn’t it have been awesome if you had met monet while in paris…strolling with him along the seine…cool conversation…he seems to be quite down to earth..i like that…smiles.. and cool pics as well…oh i have to go back to paris one day…time was way too short last time…

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    • lol! it was too short for me at 5 1/2 weeks! 😉 if / when i get to go back, we’ll have to make it a day 😉

      and so glad you found him down to earth, always felt he was that way

      and met him in paris for a stroll, oh my, might still be there then!

      thanks so much claudia, your visit with someone famous was quite the treat 😉

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  4. Love how you chose Monet, and how you crafted it so that the conversation is so natural…not at all contrived.

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  5. Laurie Kolp says:

    How wonderful you were able to meet Claudia… and Monet (haha). Looks like you’re having a great trip!

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  6. brian miller says:

    hahaha…you are a bad dream of monet’s….lol…i love your rather campy interaction…i am just now painting it, are you playing with me…haha…and every day does count…love your tour of paris as well adan, still inspiring me…i so wanna go….perhaps soon enough…have fun playing with those grands tonight…

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    • yeah, maybe i had some of monet’s (too much) eggplant also 😉

      so glad you liked the dialog interaction, that was really a fun write for me, and then off to the grandbaby, we got a pic of him in his paris onesy sheila’d found in a little shop along the seine, posted it on fb 😉

      your poe contribution to claudia’s prompt was a real treat too (“like Weekend at Bernies, only dug up”) – lol!

      this has been a great prompt, thanks so much!

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