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  1. # Blogger donna baker

    Cedric, are you ever going back to Paris? I would like to ask you to tell me 5 things to do/see while in Paris that are sort of off the grid. Things tourists don't know about. Also, wasn't there an incredible staircase you posted we might be able to see. We will be there Mar. 8-18. If you have time, I'd be apreciative for any info you could give me. Thank you, Donna  

  2. # Blogger Cedric Benetti

    Donna, I'm back in Paris already, just needed to catch up on my photopostings for a little while. I'll certainly be here in March! If you want you can email me for more details.


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