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Trip Report Cigale flies to Paris: Meets Pleasures and Perils

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This won't be my usual long report on a one post as my R Arthritis has acted up and along with my other disability makes me a one handed naughty typists.
We arrived in our apartment, dropped our luggage off after the tour and explanation of the workings in the apartment by the appointed contact, we explored our "hood"
bought the immediate things needed for breakfast at our Carrefour on our street..
We had a butcher and a cafe flanking the apartment building. At first, I didn't think I'd like the neighborhood after loving the 6th and the Marais, but love creeped in,..
Dick, Miki's SO went to market and bought oysters. He and I love them and never have enough. We freshened up and had a wonderful dinner at Petite Marguery, wonderful food and atmosphere (wish I had a lover).

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