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I can envision Paris in the 1200 and I agree about Paris in 2010, my experience is that it is still a city that can be anything you want it to be, romantic, pleasant, excellent cafe's etc etc. Good article.

Fast-forward 730 years to the French Rivera, pretend you're an American expat, and lose yourself in Tender is the Night. F. Scott kicks Hemingway's ass every day of the week and twice on Sunday.

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