Fezzik In Paris

Two Americans, three cats, and too many places named "de Gaulle"

Since moving to Paris, we have dived head-first into the wonders of french cuisine. With markets bursting with beautiful, fresh, foods everyday, it’s easy to be sucked in. One of the great wonders we discovered is the french (or european, really) approach to seafood. They believe, wholeheartedly, in seasonality. You can find certain foods year-round …

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It is not uncommon to hear music in stores when shopping in the US, but in France, you only really hear it in larger stores and some of the smaller hipster shops. Usually, it is the ordinary american top 40 stuff you hear, but occasionally they throw caution into the wind and hope no one …

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Several year ago, Paris jumped on the city-wide bike rental train and started the Vélib’ service. For a unreasonably small fee, you get access to thousands of bikes and a fun alternative to the metro. It is nice to see Paris above ground sometimes, too. Not to mention, it’s good exercise. The bikes themselves are heavy …

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