4.PARIS: Saint-Germain-des-Prés

When in Paris with grandparents… you start the Saturday morning walk in Place Maubert… find the best croissant at Maison d’Isabelle… the many papeteries of Paris… this trail is to be continued… for now only a short&sweet visit at Musée de Cluny… Sorbonne… Place Saint-Michel… and a crêpe lunch at Little Breizh… which is conveniently located just next to Nekotea… and that makes it for a happy Saturday 🙂 … beating the Saturday evening crowds around Notre Dame…
…meandering through the buzzing Quartier Latin … from Musée Curie for budding chemists… past Jardin du LuxembourgOdéon-Théâtre de l’Europe… crossing the Seine to the artsy 59 rue Rivoli… ending the day on delicious rue Montorgueil… choux, cheese & cheers!
Looking forward to a local Sunday in le Marais!

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