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Trip Report Anniversary Weekend in Paris

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Bikerscott and I celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary in Paris last weekend and thought I would share our pictures and restaurants.

We usually stay in the 11th but I have always wanted to try Le Marais so we booked into Hotel Jeanne D'Arc http://hoteljeannedarc.com/?lang=en a budget hotel. It has a great location and while we liked it our hearts are definitely in the 11th. So much for change haha!

We ate lunch at Au Petit Sud Ouest by the Eiffel Tower . We enjoyed fois gras and duck confit and cassoulet. Delicious! But if you don't like duck this is not the place for you as it's basically the only thing on the menu! Luckily we love it!

Dinner was at the michelin starred Cobea http://cobea.fr/en/ and was very good. Their fish dishes in particular were fantastic! Definitely recommend.

Sunday was relaxed...mainly walking and taking photos. A very filling crepe for lunch was the perfect thing. Dinner was at 110 Taillevent and was fabulous. http://taillevent.com/les-110-de-taillevent-brasserie/

Of course we spent many an hour relaxing over wine.

All in all it was a great way to spend our anniversary.

I have posted 60+ photos at the end of my set of Paris here http://www.flickr.com/photos/pug_girl/sets/72157636716043473/

Hope you enjoy!

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