Café Parisiense

Café Parisiense

To sit in a cute little French cafe drinking coffee and eating a creme brûlée whilst looking at the Eiffel tower...

experiencing the quarter-life crisis.

To sit in a cute little French cafe drinking coffee and eating a creme brûlée whilst looking at the Eiffel tower...

I so wanna go there...now!

I so wanna go there...now!

Cafe Les Deux Magots- at 6 Place St Germain des Prés
75006 Paris.  France This is a famous café on the Left Bank of the Seine called Les Deux Magots. It’s popular with both tourists and Parisians, and has a long and colorful history as a meeting place for famous writers and philosophers. Deux Magots (as it is known to Parisians) was once a favorite spot for existentialist writers Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Bouvoir, and a favorite of Hemmingway and Picasso's (who is said to have created…

Cafe Les Deux Magots- at 6 Place St Germain des Prés 75006 Paris. France This is a famous café on the Left Bank of the Seine called Les Deux Magots. It’s popular with both tourists and Parisians, and has a long and colorful history as a meeting place for famous writers and philosophers. Deux Magots (as it is known to Parisians) was once a favorite spot for existentialist writers Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Bouvoir, and a favorite of Hemmingway and Picasso's (who is said to have created…

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Cafeteria - Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Cafeteria - Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Brent Heighton

Brent Heighton

Old cafe in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

Old cafe in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

Discover Paris / Shakespeare and Company It might just be the world’s most photographed bookshop. In front of Notre Dame, Shakespeare and Company (37 Rue Bûcherie) brings in hundreds of tourists at any time of the year. This independent bookshop opened in 1951, after the original was closed during the Second World War.

Discover Paris / Shakespeare and Company It might just be the world’s most photographed bookshop. In front of Notre Dame, Shakespeare and Company (37 Rue Bûcherie) brings in hundreds of tourists at any time of the year. This independent bookshop opened in 1951, after the original was closed during the Second World War.

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