A Moveable Feast was Ernest Hemingway's memoir and love letter to Paris . It covers his years as a struggling expat journalist and writer in Paris during the 1920s. The book details Hemingway's first marriage to Hadley Richardson and his associations with other cultural figures of the Lost Generation in Interwar France. During the tour you will vist places mentioned in the book that shaped Hemingway, as well as hear funny annecdotes about his time in Paris along with extracts from the novel.
I've been a Parisian all my life, with a focus in arts & culture this tour is my way of showcasing not just the things that people want and expect to see in Paris but also those elsuive parts and moments only someone who has grown up and knows this city in their blood can show you.
It begins in the ‘wonderful narrow crowded market street’ of the Rue Mouffetard, church of Saint-Médard, Le Mouffetard, Place de la Contrescarpe, Rue du Cardinal-Lemoine
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