Made it to a couple sessions at the conference this morning then headed out to see the city. Paris is known for its writers and its cafes so I had to combine those two and visit the cafe in Paris most known for the writers who wrote there, Les Deux Magots. Before having lunch there, went to
the church across the street--Eglise Saint Germain des Prés--the oldest church in Paris (gorgeous inside and folks go in throughout the day to pray, sit...no one speaks above a whisper). Grabbed lunch (and you'll seein the pics I wasn't alone), did some reading and writing (of course, waiters
don't rush you at all, so great, then saw a sign for Montparnasse (another famous artsy spot), started walking til I got there. Couldn't resist an evening in the Parc de Monceau again to end the day.