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In Paris they used to say that a baguette, a newspaper, and bottle of milk could all be bought at the same price. Now, depending on what kind of milk you buy (organic? UHT? local?) and what you read, this may or may not still hold true. The newspapers may change, but the price of bread is pleasantly regular. Whether you visit the best baker in Paris, some little neighborhood boulangerie in the 13e, or a big, industrial chain, you can purchase a baguette for about 1,20 euro–that’s less than a metro ticket (and, if you ask me, much kinder to the senses than a trip on Parisian public transport).

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While I was eating a flower-shaped ice cream in the Saint Paul Quarter, my mom watched Paris burning in flames on Fox News. I could see the first signs of spring, but no signs of civil unrest. In reality, 14 year olds were getting tear-gassed only a few neighborhoods away in the Republique, but for me Paris felt very peaceful.

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Monday, 01 May 2006

in love (with Paris)

 

On our first vacation together, we spent a romantic six days in Paris. Even if you are not in love, you can easily fall in love in Paris, if not with your partner, then with the city itself. Known as both, “The City of Lights” and “The City of Love,” the city is filled with beauty, history, and countless opportunities to awaken your every sense.

 

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