Paris Walking Tour au Flaneur
I invite you to join me for a Paris walking tour au flaneur as we wend our way from one side of Seine beginning with a discussion of the importance of the café in Parisian life and the luminaries like Sartre, de Beauvoir, Camus, Juliette Greco and Miles Davis who filled them, to the other, pausing to enjoy the obvious (the Louvre) and the slightly hidden (passage Vivienne.)
Flaneur au Marais
Once upon a time the Marais brought to mind the historic Jewish Quarter and the vestiges of the Nazi Occupation.They are still here but the expanding Greater Marais now includes the Marché de Richard-Lenoir at the Bastille, the shops along the Boulevard Beaumarchais, the rue Bretagne, the Musée de Carnavalet and the falafel flavors of the rue des Rosiers.
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