Rue Daguerre – a hoppin’ Paris place

Rue Daguerre is always a hoppin’ place, but on Sundays it really comes to life. It’s a magnet for Parisians and tourists looking for a good lunch or really choice groceries – today we bought slices of an outstanding rolled veal roast, from a butcher who normally deals only in poultry. It was a good… Continue reading Rue Daguerre – a hoppin’ Paris place

400 Reasons To Rent Your Bike In Paris

A toddler is fitted for her helmet

PARIS is a great city for walkers. For me, its tree-shaded avenues and elegant stone buildings always turn an afternoon promenade into a pleasant interlude, particularly when I stop often for a shot of expresso or a glass of Bordeaux. But when walking just doesn’t cover enough ground and the bus covers too much, it’s time to turn… Continue reading 400 Reasons To Rent Your Bike In Paris