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Trip Report Effiloche de crabe

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So to begin our stay in Paris, Today, After an informative vist on Ile de la Cite to the Concigerie where we learnd a lot about he French Revolution and saw the quarters in which the prisoners were held before being guillotined, we walked to Place Dauphine on the western edge of the island to one of our fav restaurants, Le Caveau du Palais and had entrees of a French version, I suppose, of crab cakes. $8,50 for the entree They were divine and filling!

I don't know why this resto is not spoken of here because I find it an oasis from the tourist spots nearby. The staff speaks French but with our limited vocabulary we manage. They do understand chablis! They sell a nice selection of wines by the glass.

If it weren't for this nasty headcold we would have done more this afternoon but I need to rest

I really recommend the Conciergerie and think teens might too.

Quite warm today! Mary

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