Montmartre, Paris ... Off the Tourist Track

This is a look at the hilly Montmartre area of Paris, with emphasis on the parts of the butte that are off the well-worn tourist track. I've already made a v...

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Comment by Gary on January 20, 2014 at 7:22pm

Hi Bob. I've been to Quebec City a couple of times. A United Nations world heritage site for good reason.

Comment by Bob Stuart on January 20, 2014 at 10:00am

Hi Gary: This reminds me of my summers in Quebec City and old Quebec. Steep hills, narrow old streets with buildings up to the sidewalks, the many attractive looking small boutiques, lots of people in the streets, the French signs and it just looks very friendly and welcoming and of course the fun French language. Quebec City has a different and fun look in the winter than the summer months but then again I am a very keen skier. Bob Stuart

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