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Le Procope is Paris' oldest cafe, dating back to the 1600s. Starting as a cafe where gentlemen would drink coffee, it became a popular meeting place for intellectuals--such as Voltaire, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson-- throughout the 18th century. It was also a well known meeting place for French Revolutionaries.

Things to do in Paris...for perhaps a second go-round?

Things to Do in Paris

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Paris's Best Antiques and Street Markets - A great list of trinket and furniture shops, and neighborhood markets - Shown, Au Petit Bonheur de Chance, Paris...I think we all deserve a shopping vacation in Paris, France! - the guardian, UK

Paris's best antiques and street markets

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Tips on Traveling to Paris

Along for the ride...: Tips and Thoughts on Traveling to Paris

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Foodie's guide to Paris - delicious guide on where to find breakfast on the go, various outdoor markets, snacks, and evening restaurants

Best places to eat in the city of light

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Insider travel tips on things to do in Paris, France - visit our blog!

Insider Tips - Things to Do in Paris France

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Paris travel tips

Paris City Guide for Kids by ZigZag

guide to paris: best museums, cafe's, shopping, sites, and more

the.well.traveled.wife: guide to paris

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The Insider's Guide to Paris Discover 50 of the very best places to savor in the City of Light

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Paris Travel Guide

Paris Travel Guide

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Paris from Above - insider travel tips

Paris from Above - Expat Edna

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The Paris Opera, or Palais Garnier, is the most famous auditorium in the world. With 2,200 seats, this opera house designed by Charles Garnier is admired as one of the most prominent architectural masterpieces of its time.

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The one, the only, Shakespeare Co bookstore in Paris in an English language bookstore that dates back to 1919. The original bookstore was a haven for Lost Generation figures like Gertrude Stein, F Scott Fitzgerald, and Ernest Hemingway. The current bookstore allows young writers to live and work on the premises.

Where to Find the Best Croissants in Paris, France by Alexander Loborano, wsj: 'A croissant safari is also a delicious way to explore Paris—especially now...' #Croissant #Paris