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May 14, 2009

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Francelle

Well, you can imagine that we're pretty pleased that the opening piece in My Private Eye (nice touch, Lynn) is by our very own tenant! But it's hard to read about one of our favorite boulangeries and only look at photos of all those impossibly delectable offerings. Aie, aie, aie!

Laurence

Love this entry and the new addition.

Linda

Omg. Book a ticket for me. This place is crazy!!!!

Joe

I have to tell you how much I like your blog and why I have subscribed.
I am not an American but Scottish. I went to Paris in June last year ( My first trip abroad ) for three days and it left a great impression on me . Why that is I dont know. You have a freindly ,informative, entertaining and warm hearted approach in your blog and I find it a very absorbing. When I was in Paris I noticed there was a lot of Americans. Why is this ?
In reading your blog ( backwards ! ) some comments have rung true: ' I feel more Parissien than the Parissiens' ' You will get the famous Paris withdrawal blues when you leave '. 'You can taste and feel the spirit and history of Paris in the 4th'.
It is almost a year since I have been there, yet in a way I am obsessed by it and your blog helps to satisfy my curiosity.
Thanks and keep up the good work.

Sandra


This `particular newsletter made me so happy, it brought tears to my eyes, both because of your Private Eye view of Hédi Habhab and his superlative croissants and about the heart-warming writing groups you mentioned. I am at last on my way back to Paris, (fingers doubly crossed) and was delighted to learn about both.

Peter

Very good idea and very interesting article!

I added your "tours" on a list on my blog "This may interest you".

Adrian

I am addicted to your blogs………….everyday there is something wonderful, interesting and beautiful.

Keith

This is my first time visiting your blog. I love it. This is a really wonderful post. Great pictures. The food looks so delicious.

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