The storied Left Bank of Paris was the destination to a host of
intellectuals and American ex-patriates in the years following The First
World War. This tour explores both the history of this beautiful area
and the haunts of those who lived here in the rollicking 1920's, like F.
Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, and Ernest Hemingway.
takes us past some of the addresses associated with the writers, artists
and socialites who formed a very exciting community of American
ex-patriates and European intellectuals community in Paris during, what
one of them, F. Scott Fitzgerald, called "the Jazz Age."
starting point is the Line 4 Metro Station exit 'Quai St. Michel / Notre
Dame' –near the corner of the Place St. Michel and the Quai St. Michel.
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