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which streets in paris are 'very french'/touristic public bus routes

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There are some streets/side-streets possibly in the left bank (st. germain, st.michael area; right bank in central paris-which possibly are the essence of the paris at least I imagined from the movies which are very 'typical'---possibly some of the readers have opinion which I would enjoy reading. I know I left mysel wide open with catch phrases such as very french and typical. So be it. Suggestions welcomed. As well as regarding public bus routes especially at night to see the lights: lets say from just east of the Louvre--to Champs elise-(spelling), arch d'tromphe-trocadero-then effiel tower-back to Louvre area. Thanks

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