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Last full day in Paris - Canal St Martin area.

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Good afternoon

Tomorrow is my last full day of a 16 night trip. What luxury - when you stay enough days you start to lose track of time which is just lovely. Sunday will barely give me the time to have coffee locally and then taxi to CDG.

This morning I went to Holybelly for breakfast and then wandered a short time on the Canal St. Martin. I couldn't tarry because of plans nearer to my flat in the 7th.

I am considering making a good chunk of the day tomorrow about Canal St. Martin and environs.

Any tips to max out my time? Most picturesque parts of the Canal for photos, shops nearby to seek out on side streets, canal side cafes, etc.

I may or may not make it to Belleville. We will see. There is always the next trip!

Merci!

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