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Cafe de Flore

15. There are tons of bars and cafes along St. Germain. The most famous are Cafe Flore Experiencing its traditional parisian atmosphere with locals and tourists alike, serving a plethora of French-style dishes. It’s a perfect spot for something simple like brunch.
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Au Lapin Agile

At the turn of the twentieth century, the Lapin Agile was a favorite spot for struggling artists and writers, including Picasso, Modigliani, Apollinaire, and Utrillo. It also was popular with questionable Montmartre characters including pimps, eccentrics, simple down-and-outers, a contingent of local anarchists, as well as with students from the Latin Quarter, all mixed with a sprinkling of well-heeled bourgeoisie out on a lark. Pablo Picasso's 1905 oil painting, "At the Lapin Agile" helped to make this cabaret world famous.
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You learn a bit, drink a lot and you leave feeling merry yet terribly cultured....

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Plus, you get to indulge in all the food that you want guilt-free!!...

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Local food isn't that behind but we like to compare a good buzz....

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I spent 3 days in the beautiful city of Marseille. it was my first stop in France after Milan....

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in the south of France fast approaching, many people those coming from far and wide to see us and spend some time in our beautiful region....

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Whether this is better when it is in the height of the season, I do not know, but the food is not the best!...

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Another thing I really enjoy about France is their strong cultural identity....

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It was my first time in France and she was too young to remember her first trip to Paris so we went all out....

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Nice, as a city has a lot to offer in terms of food, drinks, architecture and of course beaches....

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Arcachon - I was told - is the best in France for the freshest oysters....

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No surprise then to find France is a timeless land of deep rooted tradition and modern innovation, a fabled feast of fine food and wine, a place which has unfaltering romance woven into every second footstep, a cinematic trip from opulent Renaissance chateau to Persian jazz bar to electric-blue seascape.Capital: ParisOfficial Language: FrenchTrademarks: Baguettes; cheese; café society; red wine; designer fashion; cabaret; Tour de France.Best time to visit: April to June, September.Top Things To See:* The mind blowing glacial panorama atop Aiguille du Midi (3842m), a cable car ride from the mountaineering mecca of Chamonix in the French Alps.* How French kings and queens lived at France's grandest chateau in Versailles.* Capital arts in Paris: Mona Lisa at the Louvre, The Kiss at Musée du Rodin, and cutting-edge contemporary at the Pompidou.* The garden Monet painted at his home in Giverny.* Europe's highest sand dune (Dune du Pilat) overlooking views of amazing surf.Top Things To Do:* Taste champagne in ancient cellars in Reigns and Épernay.* Walk barefoot across kilometres of wave rippled sand to Mont St-Michel.* Pedal through vineyards, cherry orchards and lavender fields in rural Provence.* Tuck into French gastronomic art de vivre in gourmet Bordeaux.* Motor the mythical cornices (coast roads) on the French Riviera.Getting Under The Skin:* Read Sixty Million Frenchman Can't be Wrong: What Makes the French so French by Jean-Benoit Nadeau and Julie Barlow for a witty insight into the French* Listen to Serge Gainbourgh's breathless Je t'aime...moi non plus and feel your soul turn Francophile.* Watch La Fabulex Destin d'Amélie Populain and feel like a Parisian in Montmartre.* Eat Breton crêpes in a traditional long house encircled by a cromlech (prehistoric megalith) in Brittany.* Drink cider in Normandy, pastis in Provence and well-aged red in Burgundy....

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However, It turned out to be a completely different experience as I got the chance to visit a French village "Le Neufbourg" in basse-normandie region of North West France.....

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I’ve been in France for a month now, and there are a couple of sights which are not synonymous to the impressions most of us have of France, especially Paris....

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My personal favorite is "Jeannette et Les Cycleux" where you will find a unique ambiance with old bikes and chairs, delicious drinks and home-made snacks!...

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It was my main drink of choice....

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Foix Foix is a small town located in the Midi-Pyrenees region of South western France....

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We said hello and explored Paris, France for a day....

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The fifth most populous city of France it is mandatory in the itinerary of a traveler through France....

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Dieppe is a small coastal town Northwest of Normandy....

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For me the carnal delights lie in that of food, and more food....

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