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Each time I am in Paris I come here for a falafel sandwich. If the weather is pleasant, I take it to go and find a park to eat. Several places to choose from. Also some good shopping here. This was the heart of the...More
I first knew rue des Rosiers when I lived in Paris in the 1980s. Then it was a quaint little road in the old part of the Marais in the 4th arrondisement. It was part of a Jewish neighborhood, with an "urban village" feel. You...More
One of the greatest part of Paris to have some cool time indeed with being in the heart of the real Paris with lots of restaurant and coffees around.
you might take advantage of the real places like Korkas & L'as du falafel & Marianne...More
This historic section is still home to the Jewish community. They were having the holiday of Sukkot. Lots of people in the street, beating drums, chanting. It was intesting. The neighorhood also had kosher food and jewish specialty shops. It was only a block or...More
A street not to be missed for it's interesting building and shops. If you want a falafel there are many outlets, but all with queues - at least on the Sunday afternoon that we visited. Whilst in this area do visit place de Vosges.