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3 nights in the 10th Paris

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In June 2018, I'll have 3 nights in the 10th, staying at Soft Hotel. This is the start of a 3 week trip to Europe. After Paris, we'll spend a couple of nights in Reims and then meet up with friends for a week in Alsace. I've been to Paris several times and wanted to explore a different area of Paris & decided on the Soft Hotel. The reviews looked good for a budget hotel & it's a reasonable walking distance from Gare du Nord and Gare d'le Est, both of which we'll use.

We have a couple of restaurants closer to the Seine that we want to return to, but I'd love to get some recommendations for places to eat in the area that we're staying. I do have the Patisserie Liberte marked on my map. We are mainly interested in casual French food, for dinner looking to spend no more than 100 euros, with wine, for 2. For example, on our last trip we loved Juveniles wine bar and L'Orange on ile Saint Louis.

I've also never seen the Canal Saint-Martin & would like to explore it. The Square des Recoletts looks interesting with its bridges and locks. Is there another stretch of the canal that is worth exploring or is this a good area to get a feel for the canal?

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