Gertrude Stein said, “America is my country [but] Paris is my hometown.

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Gertrude Stein said, “America is my country [but] Paris is my hometown.

Gertrude Stein said, “America is my country [but] Paris is my hometown.

Gertrude Stein said, “America is my country [but] Paris is my hometown.” and she could have been talking about me. To which I’d add if Paris is my hometown, I want @fsparis to always be my home address I’m biased of course since I love @fourseasons so much in general but there really is something special about this historic hotel on Avenue George V so close to l’Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées with its Michelin-starred restaurant and it’s @jeffleatham flowers. We have a gorgeous room on the 8th floor where the rooftops of Paris stretch out before us to La Tour Eiffel and in the morning the light is simply magical, so despite the chill of fall @dante.vincent & I of course had our coffee on our petit balcony. It’s the kind of situation that I always say could make anyone fall in love with Paris. Because even if the most cliché symbol of Paris is a cliché overused around the world on everything from bags and shoes to cakes and plates….when you see it sparkle at night, or see it glow in the morning light, there’s just no denying the romance that caused it to be such an abused icon. I prefer shopping and eating in neighborhoods like Le Marais but when it comes to hotels, give me this view over any other, any day. Merci, #FSParis

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