10 of Hemingway's Favorite Haunts

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Ernest Hemingway was not only a great writer; he was also an ambitious traveler who spent extended periods of time in Paris, Madrid, Pamplona, Venice, Havana, and Key West. No matter where he went, he frequented the best bars and restaurants—from the Ritz in Paris to Harry’s Bar in Venice—often writing about these places in his novels and short stories and thus ensuring their long-lived fame. In honor of Hemingway’s upcoming birthday—he would have turned 115 years old on July 21—here are some of his favorite haunts around the world.

by Laura Itzkowitz

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