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While browsing the New Nonfiction shelves I came across a book by Graham Robb, Parisians: An Adventure History of Paris.
It's the story of a city as told through the lives of some of its inhabitants: famous, infamous, or obscure. I was attracted to that approach. It's done well. Each chapter is its own story.
Another Well Done Paris Read
It reminded me of another book about Paris that I had enjoyed a few years earlier, The Seven Ages of Paris by Alistair Horne.
While on the subject I decided to look at a few travel films. A lot of Paris videos have been made and most are so-so. I've found a couple of good ones.
There's Always More To Paris
If you're inspired, explore all our Paris-centric blogs.
Finally I concluded my research with a visit to the official Paris web page which has great links to everything Parisian.
Photo Credit: TaylorMiles
Joe Toschik is a Half Moon Bay librarian who has lived and worked on the Coast for about 17 years. A former Air Force meteorologist, he is still a weather nut. His hobbies include photography and walking the Coastal Trail and his favorite quote right now is as follows: "Fortunately we're not in control". . . Willie Nelson