Surprise at Saint Sulpice by Clay McLachlan

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Surprise at Saint Sulpice by Clay McLachlan
I watched for what seemed like forever as the façade of Saint–Sulpice in the 6th Arrondissement was covered for renovation. I walked by on my way to somewhere recently, or maybe I was just walking with nowhere in particular to get to, when Saint-Sulpice appeared in front of me glowing like a newborn child. Wow, this is a “must-visit” site for those on holiday here in Paris. I positioned myself so I could frame trees around part of the church to show off its new finish bathed in sunlight. I am always looking for a different way to see places that I have maybe already seen hundreds of times. Technical Details: iPhone 3GS, Hipstamatic App, John S Lens, Ina’s 1969 Film, NO post production. Visit information for Saint Sulpice, the second-largest church in Paris, the famous church featured in Dan Brown’s bestselling book The Da Vinci Code. Not yet subscribed to BonjourParis? Please help yourself to a free subscription that speeds the latest news from France, travel guides and French lifestyle reports directly to your in-box. Beyond the Bread Basket: Recipes for Appetizers, Main Courses, and Desserts by Eric Kayser, Clay McLachlan and Yair Yosefi French Cooking: Classic Recipes and Techniques by Hubert Delorme, Vincent Boue, Clay McLachlan and Paul Bocuse Eric Kayser’s New French Recipes by Eric Kayser, Yair Yosefi and Clay McLachlan Clay’s newest award-winning book with bonus DVD, Encyclopédie du Chocolat in French features secrets of the greatest pastry chefs: Christophe Michalak (Plaza Athénée), Gilles Marchal (Maison du Chocolat), Christopher Adam (Fauchon), Jean-Paul Hévin and more. An essential book and DVD with Clay’s step-by-step photographs to guide beginners and experts in preparing over 100 demonstrated techniques.  Bonus: DVD 1 hr 30, a real course to master the most difficult pastrymaking. All the expertise of the Ecole du Grand Chocolat Valrhona, which attracts professionals from around the world.   Let your journey begin with the official Da Vinci Code travel journal. Retrace Robert Langdon’s footsteps and experience the mysteries of The Da Vinci Code with a travel journal created from the most popular novel in the world. This journal includes an itinerary based on the locations traversed by the book’s protagonists, excerpts from the novel devoted to each significant site and work of art, and plenty of lined pages for jotting down observations as you experience these phenomena firsthand. To take a guided tour of Paris based on this bestseller, please click HERE . . . To see what’s new at the Amazon.com French Marketplace, please click HERE. The perfect Left Bank hotel . . . Hôtel Odéon Saint-Germain in the Paris 6th is small boutique hotel is located within steps of several multiplex theaters & Theatre Odéon. Stay in the heart of culture in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, just 2 minutes from Métro station Odéon. Nearby you have Saint-Sulpice, shopping galore, famous cafés Cafe des Flore, Les Deux Magots, Brasserie Lipp & more. Beautiful Luxembourg gardens are within blocks, as are the Seine & the day street market and nightlife of Buci Latin. Soundproofed suites with chic decor by French designer Jacques Garcia. Free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, flat-screen TV & satellite, mini-bar ensuite & breakfast buffet. Lounge on-site with more concierge services available on request. For the most competitive rates for this or any hotel in the Booking.com international portfolio, please check here and remember: if you book your room here & later find the same room priced for less, Booking.com will match the price.
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