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I had Sunday Lunch on 22 July 2018.
On entering the establishment only a few tables were occupied, yet my wife and I were crammed into a tiny table between 2 other couples, even though we objected. We should have left then!
The "career" waiter...More
This is a collection of stalls on the footpath on the north side if the Seine with vendors selling a wide variety of goods.
Some days, many stallholders were not open when I visited and some stall holders sell standard tourist souvenirs. Nice to look...More
No visit to Paris is complete without without browsing these stalls, with their distinctive green covers which line the riverbanks near St Michel and Notre Dame. Mid morning they start to open, and the possibility of browsing for an hour or two via a bar...More
These book stalls and second-hand shops have been along the Seine for well over 100 years, so this is history. Some say the best bargains in souvenirs and post cards can be found here. Fun window shopping. They like it when you stop and take...More
You will walked past the famous Parisian booksellers and their stalls if you stroll alongside Seine River. An enormous ‘open-air bookshop’ known as Les Bouquinistes which is a big part of the Parsian culture sited on the Right Bank, from Pont Marie to Quai du...More
To me the bouquinistes are the survivors of an old Paris way of life. I love walking along the banks of the Seine when the bouquinistes are open and browsing their wares.
Books, photographs, posters and old postcards. You can even pick up souvenirs such...More