We visited this neighborhood based on a strong recommendation of a famous American guide. It was near the Eiffel so there was no harm in taking a short stroll.
What I liked about the pedestrian street is the variety of shops on both sides. I remember the cafes, flower shop, cheese store, butcher store, and fruit stand. The store which is unforgettable is the chocolatier. We had our first taste of Paris macarons from this store at 1euro each. They actually are good. This street seems to be a preserved Parisian street which caters to the tourist. Still worth a 20-30 minute visit.
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