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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.

Rue Chanoinesse, a street in Paris with many charming old restaurants, cafes, and shops. Paris, France

Macarons and Cafe au lait at Laduree, Paris, France. If I could just get a taste, just a small taste of this. Ah, Pariiiis :)

Cafe LeNotre. On the Champs Elysees close to the Place de Concorde. Of all the places I ate in Paris, the hotel staff thought this was the best place! I agree!

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Angelina Paris

Angelina Cafe in Paris. Famous for its hot chocolate.

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Parc Monceau, Paris.

Parc Monceau in Paris

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Hidden flavours of Paris

HIDDEN FLAVOURS OF PARIS. << In this excerpt from the Lonely Planet Magazine, our food experts lead you to the French capital’s best steaks, freshest baguettes, its most welcoming bars and secret street markets.