Sunday, August 7, 2011

Where was this taken?

Ile Saint Louis is an Island on the Rive Droite (Right Bank of the Seine) (versus Rive Gauche/Left Bank), adjacent to the Notre Dame cathedral area, in Paris. [There are two islands in the Seine - Ile Saint Louis and Il de la Cite' on which Notre Dame sits.] It's a lovely, rather quiet, upscale part of the city with a wide range of small, intimate cafes for coffee and light fare all the way up to Michelin restaurants that require reservations well-in-advance. Les Boulangeries (bakeries) are the best!

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