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This Weeks Tip!
Rue Cler Market, Paris –Parisians shop almost daily for three good reasons: refrigerators are small (tiny kitchens), produce must be fresh, and it's an important social event. Shopping is a chance to hear about the butcher's vacation plans, see photos of the florist's new grandchild, relax over un café, and kiss the cheeks of friends. The vibrant Rue Cler open market in Paris offers an incredible opportunity to experience the fine art of French living with specialty shops to purchase fresh breads, cheeses, chocolates, fruits, vegetables, pastries, charcuterie, wine, flowers and more. Interspersed with wonderful neighborhood cafés and restaurants, the Rue Cler market is just blocks from the Eiffel Tower and the perfect place to assemble your picnic for an afternoon on the lawn of Champ de Mars Park. Here’s a great website with photos and highlights of the Rue Cler Market: www.parismarkets.net