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What's for breakfast in France?

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Ok I know I should be asking questions re how to get there, where to stay, what I should see etc. I am researching those - including that post on Paris with 489 responses. Thanks to all for the information gleaned from this. I’m sure I will be asking some questions on these topics.

But I simply must have a good breakfast. If my breakfast was only croissants and coffee I would pass out by 10:00 am or at the very least become incoherent and mentally confused with low blood sugar. I’m not diabetic but have a metabolism that demands a good breakfast.

What is available for breakfast in Paris and France?
My view of a good breakfast includes muesli, meat, cheeses, yoghurt, fruit, bread, croissants, jam.
Do hotels provide this type of breakfast?

All feedback appreciated.

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