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Paris is always a good idea

Especially when you have family to eat with! We started our visit by roaming up and down the Champs Elysées eating all the gauffres and crepes. 394 more words

France

House Hunting - Internationally, The Final Frontier

On Sunday morning we make our way down to the 5th arrondissement to meet up with a man that lives in Paris, but knows a friend of my dad’s that lives in Tulsa.   2,242 more words

Paris the Fifth, Part 1

And back to Paris, and at this time of year. Lucky enough to have been here so often, walking and walking and seeing. The drugging city of my student days, returning whoozy-headed: the winter light and the big skies; municipal ambitions and unambitious plumbing. 186 more words

Travel

DOSE Dealer de Café, 75005

One of my favourite spots on the rue Mouffetard, this coffee shop caters to students who don’t want to be cooped up in a library, to the young, hip and trendy who want speciality roasted coffee beans, and to passers-by as well with it’s To Go window. 114 more words

Open Saturday

Androuet, 75005

There has been a market on the rue Mouffetard since the 1380s. It’s a long story (one for when you’re sitting comfortably) but it all started when some excommunicated priests from Notre Dame cathedral were settled on the banks of the river Bièvre, on the outskirts of the fledgling city of mediaeval Paris. 220 more words

Open Saturday

Power Walking

Since I’d been there once before, I thought it would be a snap to find Rue Mouffetard, with its famous market, on Sunday morning; so we set out, after coffee, aiming to have breakfast when we got there.  508 more words

Solo Travel