Not only can you get your literary passport stamped twice with Hemingway's romp through Paris and Pamplona, but you can enjoy an immersive mood piece about the highs and lows of drunken, rambling youth.
A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. I just finished an absolutely loved every minute of it. I can only imagine what it would have been like to be surrounded with the same intellectual powers as Hemingway was. In his normal stark-but-beautiful tone he creates an alluring portrait of the Paris the Lost Generation experienced. I loved this more personal view of Hemingway himself.