Montmartre

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French Onion soup is what one eats when it’s cold and drizzly in Montmartre, Paris’ old bohemian hub, and after finding the perfect little joint, we leave the quaint cobblestone streets for a written-on-the-walls, crickety old café and munch on the quintessential–soup and crêpes.

Delish, and now warm from the inside out, it’s back out and at ’em for a Parisian romp.

But, not before passing by a familiar sight, the café where the Riddler and I played cards, drank vino, and smoked Marlboros before departing for a big Mediterranean adventure post-college.

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This entry was published on February 1, 2013 at 09:40. It’s filed under France and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Montmartre

  1. D&G 😉 I was immediately pulled backwards to that cafe when I saw the first pic in this post.

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