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Trip Report Boulevard Saint Germain from start to finish

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Numerous people here probably know that Boulevard Saint Germain is not at all my favorite street in Paris, but since it is one of the main streets in the city, I felt that I should do a photo report about it. It does have an interesting characteristic in that it both starts and finishes at the Seine and is the only street in Paris to do this, since it is relatively straight and the Seine is not.

I started at the Palais Bourbon (Assemblée Nationale) and finished at the Institut du Monde Arabe, which is actually the opposite of the numbering system, because I wanted to start in the center of the city and work my way out.

Anyway, here is my report about it: http://tinyurl.com/bdstgermain

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