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Left our de-facto home of Montmartre. Large tourist crowds (like any part of Paris) but it really does have a different feel. Michel at the hotel says what makes Montmartre good is that it’s a village. I think this is a popular sentiment among the residents of Montmartre. With a combination of small shops supplying anything you could ever need, only one street wider than a single car, and being atop a very steep hill, I think they pull it off despite being within the city limits of one of the biggest metro areas in the world.

when in Montmartre...

when in Montmartre...


Easy to find, but not so accessible if you don’t have an European phone carrier. We’ll try this again in Spain. Many cafes and brasseries have free wifi, but they don’t seem to be used so often. So not a lot of people here sitting in a Starbucks working on their screenplays or whatever it is people do on their laptops while at a Starbucks. I see more paper and pens rather than laptops. Sorry, not the most interesting post. But this is just an update.

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