Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks : Photos # 11 – Passing by a Paris Manifestation (Protest) (Day 12)

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Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks, Day 12 :

A Paris Manifestation (Protest) –

On the Way to Coffee

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Paris in 5 1/2 Weeks : Photos – # 11

A Paris Manifestation (Protest)

On the Way to Coffee

(Day 12)


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This particular day, we made an excursion out for a place with some coffee and a pastry snack.

As one can tell from the photos, it was cold. 🙂

It was one of those days we did get out, for a bit, but went back to our warm apartment, hunkered down, and enjoyed a little take-it-easy time.

One of the benefits of being in Paris 5 1/2 weeks. 😉


Musée de Cluny, Paris
Musée de Cluny, Paris

Very close to our apartment, where two busy major boulevards cross, Bd. St-Michel and Bd. St-Germain, is the ancient remnants of something from both the middle ages, and the Romans, the Cluny Museum.

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Café Allongé at the ManifestationCafe Allonge at the Manifestation


To the left is the cover of my first short story set in Paris, “Cafe Allonge at the Manifestation.”

Purely fictional, with two of the related characters appearing in all my novels and short story fiction since 2012.

In this case, it’s the two oldest teens, brother and sister, Antone and Cherise.


English Language Places We Liked in Paris

American Library in Paris


BIA (Breakfast in America)

Blues Bar-B-Q

Shakespeare & Company

Bugsy’s Bar

The Bombardier

And a special gracias to all the French, German, Italian, Swedish, Venezuelan, and Russian folk we met in Paris who knew English and helped us.


English Speaking Places in Paris, for Next Time 🙂

The Abbey Bookshop


namaste´- con dios – god be with you

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