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  • Eye Prefer Paris is an ex-New Yorker's insider's guide to Paris. Richard Nahem writes his blog from his fabulous 18th century apartment in the fashionable Marais district of Paris

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September 04, 2013

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jeanie

Hello! I come from Carol and am delighted to "meet" you! Your blog reminds me of Paris and I'm eager to see your video tour as the Marais is where I stay when I visit Paris -- which isn't nearly often enough! (My friend Jerry is there and I love the area; convenient and historical!)

Your photos are beautiful and I'm delighted to find a new Paris blog to add to my list!

french cravings

Hi, Richard! Love this new series with Carol. I've followed her blog for a couple of years and always enjoy her entertaining adventures in Paris,,,and now I have your blog to enjoy as well! x Katie

Frances

Carol is a uniquely talented, witty and delightful person. I predict that you will enjoy future travels in and around Paris ...Fountainebleau was just the beginning.

(Why am I thinking of that foggy last scene from Casablanca?)

Best wishes.

Liane Partridge

I'm new to reading blogs but love yours and Carol's. PLEASE do more...I love them as much as being obsessed with France/Paris. I'll be there for my 65th B-day and can't wait. I envy you packing up and moving there, even though Vancouver is a pretty good place to be. I shall live through you in the meantime!

Louise

Lovely post. I had a wondrous excursion to Fontainebleau with Carol earlier in the year, such a great day, it is so lovely to revisit those memories. I look forward to hearing about your next day adventure.

Merisi in Vienna

Fantastic idea to team up with Carol, I am looking forward to your monthly adventures!

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