Paris, to borrow Hemingway's observation, is A Moveable Feast. Les Tuileries and the Luxembourg Gardens are a visual banquet, but Hemingway probably spent more time drinking in Cafe de Flore, Deux Magots, and the bar in the Ritz. For a mind-bending spread, there's the historic bookshop, Shakespeare & Co., which carries English language books, included Papa's. After selling a story, which he earnestly pounded out on a typewriter on the 8th floor of 38 rue Descartes, Hemingway feasted at the Brasserie Lipp back in the 20s. Follow in his footsteps, or create your own. Frusion is giving away $1,000 to taste every sweet moment. Drink up and enter.
Voilà - the link to the On The Go Sweepstakes: