Rue de Rosiers – Kim

We spent a morning wandering around Le Marais, home to the traditional Jewish neighborhood centering on the street Rue de Rosiers.

How do people drive on these streets? Well, sometimes they’re on the sidewalk. 


We had to stop for lunch at one of the best falafel places in Paris, recommended by our host and by Rick Steves.


We did some window shopping.


And some partaking. This is at Korcarz. Pain au chocolat and schneck chocolate.


Place de Vosges. Victor Hugo’s house was closed but I didn’t know it, so I started walking us into a Parisian high school. Unfortunately we got carded. Like real high school all over again


French thugs keep it real. The local moose gangs are fierce.

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