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From Saint Sulpice to Brasserie Lipp

Today we took a little walk around the left bank of Paris, with a visit paid to St Sulpice church (not for the obvious silly DaVinci Code fanatic stupidities, but merely to see some good old 18th century architecture).

The unfinished belltower
restoration work in progress

Lunch at Brasserie Lipp on Boulevard St Germain, not far from the famous café Deux Magots, where intelligentsia meets crowded mass tourism.


Our waiter (number 6)
"Don't hold us responsible for anything! If you hand in your coat, it's your own stupidity speaking"
art nouveau style



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2 Responses to “From Saint Sulpice to Brasserie Lipp”

  1. # Blogger Unknown

    Love your photos- they only add to the desire to visit, as if I needed another!  

  2. # Blogger Fashion_Loving_Stylist

    I love the photos. I think I've been to that cafe on my last trip to Paris. I love your blog.  

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