PHOTO: Rain-Soaked Corner Cafe on the Left Bank of Paris, France July 6, 2021January 9, 2013 by Barbara Weibel SharePinTweetFlip
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That looks so cozy!! I like these little French brasseries; they have a time-less feel to me. Also I’m pretty impressed by the Perrier-Bottle-Bush. Have certainly not seen one of them before:).
Hi Vera: I was impressed by the Perrier bushes as well – until I touched one and discovered it was plastic!
I’m gonna sound like I’m nitpicking, but this bar is not in St-Germain. It’s in the 5th, in rue St-Séverin, in one of the biggest tourist traps areas of Paris (the one that tourists usually mistake for “The Latin Quarter” well, it’s technically part of the Quartier Latin, but just a tiny part).
The St-Germain area is around the St-Germain-des-Prés square and church, not too far.
David: After searching through maps, you are absolutely right. I was on a walking tour with a friend f mine who lives in Parsi, and I was not aware of when we passed out of St. Germain area.I will change the title. Thanks!
Many people confuse the St-Germain area as the area around the boulevard with the same name (and that is very close to this café), not the church. I thought you did. 😉