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Sunday in Paris...What will be open?

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I am going to be in Paris for one day in June, 2012, which happens to be a Sunday. This is my first visit to the area so I am planning on spending most of my time in the Notre Dame area. I know that a lot of the major stores, etc are closed on Sundays. My question is this...what WILL be open? I assume that a least some of the cafes, etc will be open since people need to eat on that day. :) Will there be any shops open? I will be buying the usual touristy things to take home but would like to be able to see other shops as well. Can you suggest somewhere to eat? I am open to any suggestions.

As mentioned, I am planning on focusing on the Notre Dame area but I am open to any other suggestions of things that I just have to see. Any thoughts?

Thanks for your help.

NT

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