"Do Paris like Hemingway! by Lena Strand is a must-read for anyone wishing to discover the true romance of Paris." Rich Follett for Readers' Favorite
(PRWEB) October 10, 2016
Each night at midnight, Owen Wilson's character travels back in time in Woody Allen's film "Midnight in Paris." He meets Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Ernest Hemingway, Man Ray, Josephine Baker, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein and many other famous artists that lived in Paris at the dawn of the 20th Century. "When watching the film a few years ago I started to wonder where all the artists used to hang out. Was it still possible to go to these places?" Lena Strand says, "After a little research I found out that many of the places were still open!"
Even if time has passed by in Paris, a lot of bars, restaurants and hotels from that period of time haven't changed and are still around to be re-discovered. In the book, "Do Paris like Hemingway!" there is a selection of those places with small stories about who went where and who said what. Like, for example, what Ernest Hemingway said to F. Scott Fitzgerald about his marriage when they met for the first time in Paris. Altogether, there are over 70 historical addresses of cafés, bars, restaurants, hotels and museums to discover urgently.
The book, "Do Paris like Hemingway!", is now for sale on Amazon.com A travel guide by Lena Strand from Booksnparis (70 pages). Please contact Booksnparis for a free PDF version of the book.
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"Do Paris like Hemingway!" is a book about a lot of things, for example:
- This book allows you travel in time and Do Paris like Hemingway!
- Travel in time, to the old Paris, the city of light
- Hang out with Hemingway in Paris
- When Hemingway met F. Scott Fitzgerald for the first time
- What Hemingway didn't tell F. Scott Fitzgerald about his wife
Lena Strand, a photographer and a writer born in Sweden, has lived in Paris for many years. She loves to sip a coffee at a café terrace and watch people passing by and says, "Paris is the best city in the world for doing this; my absolute favorite café is Café de Flore in the 6th arrondissement. With friends or alone, it's just impossible to ever get bored."
Photos for free use and under Public Domain: Photo1: book cover, Photo2: Ernest Hemingway with friends in a café 1925. For more photos please contact Booksnparis.