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Cafes Near Marmottan Museum

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We leave May 5 and I feel like we are almost there! One thing I know I want to do is see the Monet Collection at Marmottan in the l6th. We'd like to go in the morning - start early and walk (from the 7th) I've printed out my walk via google map, and will probably just enjoy a walk through the l6th for as long as we can, esp. if the weather is nice. We do have the metro option ;but I am a bit claustrophobic and am really going to have to avoid being underground to keep my sanity. DH has no problem paying for taxis because of this, but I love to walk and think it is a great way to see areas that do not get much of a write up.

Would love a list of possible cafes etc. to stop for lunch or at least a glass of wine and soak up the atmosphere in that area.
I am thinking we will do this on Friday the day after our arrival, before the weekend crowds. We get in on the May 6 and will probably explore our area of the 7th as we get in at 6am. (Although I know it is a holiday weekend so it may well be crowded from day one)
We usually travel in a relaxed style; no set list or itinerary. I would prefer to stay outside as much as possible (depending on weather) so we will see. I want to soak it all in, and if i miss a museum or special site; there is always another trip!

I've done some research and not much pops up around Marmottan; anyone have any fav's or someplace they've heard about? Should we head back towards Trocadero area?

Thanks!
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