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Canal St Martin - Paris

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We've been to Paris 4-5 times over the years (last two years ago). I'm planning out some of the places we haven't been to.

Canal St Martin has gotten me interested.

Is there any appreciable difference between the part from Republique to Jaures compared to the part from Jaures to Pont-de-Flandre?

I'd much rather walk than take a boat. If they are similar or if the southern part is more interesting we'd take the subway to Jaures and work our way south from there.

Any compelling reason to walk the northern part?

Thanks.

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