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Sunday, April 15, 2007



Oh, how I'm enjoying your reports on your fantastic trip right now! I feel as if I'm there with you guys!

And I suppose I can get over the lack of images of a few certain fishmongers. I shall survive. Darnit!


Brett, can I be so bold as to ask that you remove the link to Amazon and support a small local business. We have a website that folks can order from too, and here is the link to the book you mentioned. It looks amazing!http://www.covertocoversf.com/NASApp/store/Search?s=results&initiate=yes&ks=q&qsselect=KQ&title=&author=&qstext=2080305115&x=0&y=0


Matt, I'm glad you're enjoying my Parisian stories! There's more to come.

Tracy, no problem! I changed the link in my post. As someone who's about to open a small business, I want to support other independently owned local businesses, especially one that's right across the street from my future restaurant!

laura @ cucina testa rossa

are you stil here?!?!?!?!


I noticed you didnt' mention the market at Gare Montparnasse...it's no longer there? I used to go there everytime I visited Paris.

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