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Mont St. Michel Souvenirs

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I do find it amusing that one of the tastiest and prettiest souvenirs from Mont St. Michel for all going through Normandy and who might happen to be from the NYC metro area are themulti-sized and color tins of Mere Poulard butter cookies now available at Fairway Markets!! Am sure they are lots less expensive than those I dragged home some years ago. And, for all you armchair travellers who need a good story of your hoped-to-be trip abroad, here you go!! Love that Fairway Market. And, yes, it is harder to find souvenirs worth purchasing overseas. Thinking cowbells from Switzerland this Fall.....

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