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A Sweet Treat: The Maison Georges Larnicol (Montmartre, Paris)

I’m not a huge fan of chocolate, but you can’t visit France and not sample one or two treats. There is one place in Paris where we always get our sugar fix – the Maison Georges Larnicol in Montmartre.  330 more words


So You Wanna Stay In Montmartre

Listen; when I first started planning my very first trip to Paris in 2015, I knew without a doubt that I wanted to stay in Montmartre. 1,611 more words


Vicarious Visit: October in Paris

WHAT’S THE NEXT BEST THING to a trip to Paris? A friend’s trip to Paris, when you get to see pictures and hear about meals and fortuitous conversations and the discovery of unusual shops and forgotten streets. 441 more words


France: Palaces and Red Windmills

10am in France means breakfast out of a crepe truck in a farmers market outside of Versailles. It took 40 minutes and many failed attempts to get through the subway turnstiles but we got here. 479 more words


Of Hills and Mills


Our second day in Paris was scheduled to be busiest one, with lots to see and do. We started off with a walk to Place St.Michel, where our free walking tour of the city was scheduled to commence. 601 more words


Cafes, Cafes Everywhere!

A cafe at the beginning of a block. . .

A cafe at the end of the block. . . .

And one that  meets  in the middle!   199 more words

Montmartre, Paris

Hanging in Montmartre this week. I’d forgotten what a lot of work travel is. I suppose it would be easier if I spoke French. Every time I want to go somewhere or even buy something I have to access a bewildering combination of devices, apps & maps. 442 more words