What can you say about Paris that hasn’t already been said? The city is “a moveable feast” (Ernest Hemingway), “a vast university” (James Thurber), “the hottest spot in the universe” (Owen Wilson), “the glory of France” (Montaigne) and “the most extraordinary place in the world” (Charles Dickens). But this is also a city that defies cliché. Its identity is so singular, its air of beauty so profound, yet no matter how many millions gaze upon its grand boulevards and medieval towers, no two come away with the same impression. The only true constant with Paris, as Hemingway put it, is this: “it stays with you.”