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Wine Harvest Festival in Montmartre

My wife, a friend and I will be visiting Paris next year in November during the Montmartre Harvest Festval. I would appreciate any helpful information from someone who has been to the festival. What is the parade route and is there a "best" place to watch the fireworks? This will be our first time staying in an apartment (it's on Ile Saint-Louis) so we are looking forward to that as well. We have been to Paris a number of times but this will be our friend's first trip to Paris, so we will be combining many of the must sees with a few things a little off the beaten path. Two of those will be a visit to Belleville and to the the flea market at Puces St. Ouen. Any positive comments, helpful advice, ridicule or derision would be welcome.

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